Extraterritorial Murders – Daily Times

Emboldened by the international community’s lackluster responses to several complaints about Indian maneuvers to dismantle the sovereign order through extraterritorial episodes of violence, New Delhi came to regard the entire world as its sandbox. Last year’s back-to-back incidents in which authorities in Canada and its supposed ally, the US, stood up to this wave of terror and shouted: “Let our guard down!” must have come as quite a shock. As the Modi government continues to make excuses to defend its Mossad-style operations, Washington, through its own network of backdoor diplomacy, has managed to get the prime suspect behind the plot to assassinate a Sikh separatist leader in New York. murdered, extradited by the government. Czech Republic.

Nikhil Gupta, who allegedly offered his services as assassins, himself boasted that he had targeted Hardeep Singh Najjar, another Sikh separatist leader who was shot dead in Canada last June, among “so many” more. Meanwhile, pressure from Washington is increasing on India for accountability in the government’s actions against the rise of separatist movements outside its borders.

There is no denying that a dent has been created in Indian ties with Canada, which is in no mood to abandon a brutal attack on its autonomy. However, the appalling policy of the Indian Foreign Ministry – torn between outright denial in the face of the West and blatant admission, backed by bizarre buzzwords – when asked about orchestrating killings in Pakistan, is by no means some to compare. Just as Pakistan’s Ambassador to the UN, Munir Akram, urged a “coordinated campaign” against the influence and arsenal of hardened militant organizations like the TTP, Pakistan would do well to join other countries on India’s radar. hawks would work together to unravel the link between New Delhi, crime syndicates and the dark web.

Separatist or terrorist, India should use diplomatic channels to share whatever evidence it has against individuals it finds against its interests. In today’s times, when India is trying to downplay its domestic authoritarianism, repeated attempts to intervene unilaterally in other countries will not help the country achieve the desired status of a civilized nation. *

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