*Quite interestingly, Australia has thrown in "free speech" as well.*
Make no mistake Canada is no Pakistan.]

<<[*I: UK*] On Tuesday, Britain stated that it was in close touch with its
Canadian counterparts regarding the "serious accusations" made by Ottawa,
implicating the involvement of the Indian government in the assassination
of a Sikh separatist leader in Canada.

"We are in close touch with our Canadian partners about these serious
allegations," a UK government spokesperson said.
[*II: US*] In a brief statement, White House National Security Council
spokesperson Adrienne Watson, said, “We are deeply concerned about the
allegations referenced by Prime Minister Trudeau."

“We remain in regular contact with our Canadian partners. It is critical
that Canada’s investigation proceed and the perpetrators be brought to
justice,” Watson further said.
[*III: Australia*] In a statement, the spokesperson said, “Australia is
deeply concerned by these allegations and notes ongoing investigations into
this matter. Australia believes all countries should respect sovereignty
and the rule of law.”

“We are closely engaged with partners on developments. We have conveyed our
concerns at senior levels to India," the spokesperson said.

The spokesperson additionally emphasised that these  “reports will be
particularly concerning to some Australian communities” and stressed the
importance of free speech.>>

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*When did we last time get engaged in such a public tiff with another
country other than Pakistan and China? **That too with a country that
attracts a large number of Indian students and also highly skilled workers
in the quest for higher income?*

What will be the impact on the students, the high-value workers and inflow
of remittances!?

Canadian Prime Minister on the floor of national legislature: <

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