India Rejects Canada 'Shared Evidence' With Modi Govt; Slams Trudeau's 'Politically Motivated' Allegation
India has hit out at Canadian PM Justin Trudeau for claiming that his government had shared evidence with the Narendra Modi govt over the alleged role of Indian agents in the killing of pro-Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Top Indian security officials told Hindustan Times that no evidence or intelligence was shared with India at any level. They added that there was no evidence sharing that happened in the run up to the G20 summit or after the bombshell allegation by Trudeau on Sep 18. Indian officials said that the Modi govt was ready to cooperate with Canada in its murder investigation but not on the basis of "credible allegation." Watch for more.