India Suspends Visas for Canadian Nationals in Retaliation for Trudeau's Accusations

India has suspended all visas for Canadian nationals in light of the ongoing tensions between the two countries over Justin Trudeau's absurd charge that India is responsible for killing his Sikh supporter, Jagmeet Singh Nijjar.

The Indian government has accused Trudeau of making false and baseless allegations against India to gain political mileage in the upcoming Canadian elections. India has also warned Canada that it is prepared to take further retaliatory measures if Canada does not apologize for Trudeau's remarks.

The suspension of visas for Canadian nationals is a significant blow to the strained relations between the two countries. It is likely to impact trade and tourism between the two countries significantly.

Canada has been a vocal critic of India's human rights record, particularly its treatment of minorities. India has accused Canada of interfering in its internal affairs and of supporting separatist movements in India.

The tensions between India and Canada have been exacerbated by the recent incident in which two Sikh men were killed in India's Punjab state. The Canadian government has accused India of not doing enough to protect Sikhs in India.

The suspension of visas for Canadian nationals shows the deep mistrust between the two countries. It is unclear how long the suspension will last or whether the two countries will be able to resolve their differences shortly.

Creative response:

The suspension of visas for Canadian nationals is a drastic measure that will significantly impact people's lives. It will make it difficult for Canadian citizens to visit India for business tourism, or to visit family and friends. It will also make it difficult for Indian citizens to visit Canada for similar reasons.

The two countries need to find a way to resolve their differences peacefully. They should work together to build trust and understanding between each other.

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Ashwin Roy is an Indian fact-checker and news writer, writing news for Ayupp since 2014.

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