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US urge India to cooperate with Canada in Sikh leader murder investigations

Blinken says the United States wants to see accountability

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US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has urged India to cooperate with Canada in the investigation of the murder of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a Canadian Sikh separatist.

Blinken emphasised the importance of accountability and urged India to support a thorough investigation during a press conference at the UN General Assembly.

“We want to see accountability. It’s vital that the investigation run its course and lead to that result,” Blinken said, adding that the US is vigilant about the alleged transnational repression as a larger issue.

“We are deeply concerned about the allegations that Prime Minister [Justin] Trudeau has raised. We have been consulting very closely with our Canadian colleagues. From our perspective, it is critical that the Canadian investigations proceed and it would be important that India work with the Canadians on this investigation,” he said.

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