New Delhi . Ever since Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has accused India of the murder of pro-Khalistan leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar, he has been confined to his own home. India has not only retaliated on Trudeau’s allegations, but now Canadian leaders have also started cornering him.
Baloch Human Rights Council raised questions on Trudeau
Trudeau, who questioned India on Nijjar’s murder, is now being asked questions. Baloch Human Rights Council of Canada (BHRC) targeted the Canadian PM and said that he is expressing pain over the murder of Nijjar, but has not said a word till date on the alleged murder of Karima Baloch, a Baloch human rights activist settled in Canada three years ago. Did not speak. The council raised questions on his silence and said that he also talked about not taking any action in the kidnapping and alleged murder of Karima.
Who is Karima Baloch?
Karima Baloch is said to be the girl who took on the government and army of Pakistan. Karima also worked to expose the Pakistani government many times. Karima wanted to separate Balochistan from Pakistan and was the main face of the Baloch movement.
Karima was also against Pakistan’s intelligence agency ISI and due to this she was its target. Karima had escaped from the ISI and came to Canada, but here too many of her relatives were killed.
Karima was found dead in Toronto
Karima was receiving threats from ISI. Meanwhile, he was found dead in Toronto in 2020. The family members said that Pakistan was involved in this, but the Canadian government did not listen to them and the police closed the case by calling it a suicide.
BHRC’s letter to Trudeau
BHRC has now written a letter to Trudeau asking why no action was taken when it was clear that Pakistani agencies were involved in the Karima case. BHRC said that in Nijjar case a direct press conference is held and in Karima case no questions are asked to Pakistan.