In the midst of the India-Canada dispute, many statements have come out from the US. The United States (US on India Canada Row) has expressed concern over the allegations against India, while also supporting Canada's investigation. In such a situation, the question arises that after all, is America with that? At the same time, a political expert says that amid the growing diplomatic dispute between the two countries, the US will try to keep itself out of this matter. This is the view of the founder of political strategy firm Cygnum Global Advisors. He says that Joe Biden will try to stay away from the diplomatic dispute between Canada and India if it grows. The US would not like to disrupt its deepening relationship with the Modi government for any reason.

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'US will stay away from Indo-Canada dispute'

Charles Myers, president of Cygnum, said on BNN Bloomberg Television that the US is trying to engage with India to help beat China. Myers, a former vice president of Evercore, who made the claim, has long raised funds for Biden's Democratic Party. Myers says PM Trudeau should have good information and evidence to make his serious allegations public. If true, it is an example of state-sponsored terrorism on Canadian soil.

Rift in Indo-Canadian relations

In fact, there is a lot of tension in the relations between India and Canada over the murder of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Nijjar was shot dead in British Columbia on June 18. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Hollande had earlier said that he had credible evidence that India was involved in the killing of Nijjar and that the involvement of a foreign government in the killing of any of its citizens on Canadian soil was a violation of his sovereignty, which would not be accepted.

US had appealed to India to cooperate in the investigation

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Friday urged India to cooperate with Canada in the investigation and fix its accountability. However, the Indian government has categorically denied Canada's allegations about Nijjar's murder. At the same time, the Tudo government has also been severely criticized for its statement. Let us know that after accusing India, Canada expelled the Indian diplomat from his country. Giving a befitting reply to Canada, India also took a similar tough step. At the same time, India has also canceled the visa application of Canadians.
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