Canadian leader Justin Trudeau cites 'credible' intel that India tied to exile's slaying

5 months ago
Canada is probing "credible allegations" that Indian agents may have had a role in the slaying of an exiled Sikh leader in June near Vancouver, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says. Trudeau tells an emergency session of the parliamentary opposition that his government is "actively pursuing" evidence of a link between India and the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a Canadian citizen.