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Canada issue is a pressure tactic to choose side


The India-Canada relations have touched its all-time low. It is not that big an issue except some war of words which will subside in couple of weeks. In reality, they had hardly any special relationship historically, nor anything special for future due to incompatibility. Carefully, the selective West has chosen Canada, a tail ender in the team, to be used in the game to test the pressure resistance threshold of India. This suits Canada as the Liberal Party is losing its popularity at home and for the West it is getting impatient about India’s neutral stand on Ukraine War.




In fact, the success of Ukrainian counter offensive, a tactical attempt to force Russia for talks, is dwindling. The failure is being attributed to India and China support for Russia that has kept Moscow afloat. So the selective West has used Canada to create a wrangling to check India’s prominence.

It is visible that Canada is not serious about the investigation of murder of H S Nijjar right from the beginning. What it wants is how to exploit the issue for its advantage through media trial and open allegations to draw consolidated Sikh votes. The Liberal Party is depending on support from Jagmit Singh’s NDP – a Khalistani leader.

Initially, Singh who had given an ultimatum about Canada going soft on India pushed Justine Trudeau to blame India for the murder to maximize his own influence among the Sikh voters. But now there is a fresh battle between Singh and Trudeau as the latter wants to get free from crucial dependence on NDP after winning the trust of radical Sikhs.

By blaming India openly and tarnishing India’s democratic values on the world stage, Trudeau has maximized more influence among the radical Sikh voters than Singh. Once the election will be announced, this is going to be more visible. Trudeau’s LP is going to finish Singh’s NDP with this anti-India stand. This has rattled NDP who has staged protests outside Trudeau’s house.

However, Canada has ruined its future prospect whether it is trade or for any cooperation with India to promote its Indo-Pacific strategy which Ottawa has unveiled last year. On the other hand, the CIA and the State Department are getting desperate that Ukraine theatre is going to be shifted to Indo-Pacific region over Taiwan issue in next two years or so.

If India which has defied all types of Western pressure on Ukraine War opts for a neutral stand over possible Chinese attack on Taiwan then the outcome will be a mere repetition of Ukraine theatre.

This might substantially damage American preeminence in the whole of Asia leading to dent its global stature. Thus, India’s rising profile, after G20 Summit, along with defiance, is being seen as of no use to the selective West if it does not take side. Thus, the selective West is unwilling to allow India to become a power house without any contest or protecting their interests.

It is an old saying that success comes at a price. What price India is willing to pay is unclear at the moment. So the killing of Nijjar, originally an Indian citizen whom Canada had provided shelter, has come handy for Canada and the American establishment known as deep state.

Even former US President Donald Trump was frustrated from frequent interference

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