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Canada: Our eye on the situation in Punjab, India said a big thing on the statement of Canadian Foreign Minister

Pankaj Prasad
Canadian Foreign Minister Melini Jolly
Canadian Foreign Minister Melini Jolly

Jolly said Canadians can always count on the government and we will continue to work to address their concerns.

Canadian Foreign Minister Melini Jolly said in a statement in Parliament that Canada is closely monitoring the situation in Punjab and will keep the community living in Canada informed about it. At the same time, the Indian Ministry of External Affairs has said on the statement made by foreign leaders regarding Punjab, that do not believe the wrong and misleading information. Let us tell you that the Punjab Police has arrested several associates of Amritpal Singh, the radical leader of Waris Punjab De Sanghatana and the absconding Amritpal is being searched.

Canada's foreign minister gave a statement on Punjab

In response to the question of Indian-origin MP Ikvinder S. Gahir in the Parliament of Canada, Canadian Foreign Minister Melini Jolly said that 'we are aware of the changing situation in Punjab and we are closely monitoring this whole matter. We hope that the situation there will soon become normal and stable.

Jolly said Canadians can always count on the government and we will continue to work to address their concerns. MP Gahir also raised the issue of suspension of internet services in Punjab and demanded the External Affairs Minister to inform the House about it.

Canada's Prime Minister said this

On Wednesday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the House that we are expecting that the situation in Punjab will return to normal soon. Let us tell you that anti-Hindu incidents have also increased in Canada in recent times. Many Hindu temples were targeted by Khalistan supporters in the past. The Indian Embassy had also complained to the Canadian government regarding this and demanded strict action against the culprits.

Foreign Ministry replied

On the other hand, on the statements given by foreign leaders and parliamentarians on Amritpal case, Indian Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi appealed to the people living abroad not to believe in false and misleading information, which is being spread by some elements on social media. Have been The administration is trying to catch a fugitive and all information related to it is being shared by the concerned administration from time to time.