S. Jaishankar: Amidst the diplomatic tension between India and Canada, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar will meet US Secretary of State Antony Blinken today (September 28). It is estimated that India-Canada dispute may also arise in this meeting. Officials from both sides are currently silent regarding this meeting. No one has clarified the agenda of the meeting.
Foreign Minister S Jaishankar is on America tour
Actually, Foreign Minister Jaishankar is on a tour of America these days. Where, recently he had participated in the General Assembly of the United Nations. At the same time, during an event in New York on Wednesday, Foreign Minister S Jaishankar expressed his views on the ongoing tension between India and Canada. During this, he also told how China can be dealt with in the Indian Ocean.
Canada had made serious allegations against India
Let us tell you that recently Canadian PM Justin Trudeau had held India responsible for the killing of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in India. He had expressed suspicion that Indian intelligence agencies were behind this murder. After these allegations, a dispute started between India and Canada.
India also responded bluntly to these allegations and called them false and baseless. India said that Canada is making false allegations without evidence. If they have evidence of this then they should present it. At the same time, Canada is surrounded from all sides after these allegations.
What did Foreign Minister S. say on China? Jaishankar?
During this, Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar also expressed his views on China’s presence in the Indian Ocean. He said that China’s presence in the Indian Ocean has increased, but India also has a plan to deal with it. He claimed that this is a strategically important area. If the Quad (India, America, Australia and Japan) countries cooperate, these situations can be dealt with more effectively.
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