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U.S. Surveillance Helped Canada Conclude India Was Involved in June Killing of Canadian Sikh Leader

HeadlineSep 25, 2023

In more news from Canada, The New York Times is reporting U.S. spies provided information to the Canadian government that helped lead to the claim India was directly involved in the June killing of Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in British Columbia. But the Times says Ottawa’s own surveillance of Indian diplomats in Canada provided the most definitive evidence to support its accusation, which India has rejected. Following Nijjar’s assassination, the FBI warned Sikh activists in the U.S. of possible death threats.

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