Trudeau accuses India’s government of being behind shooting death of Canadian Sikh leader

From CBC News.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accused the Indian government of being involved in the shooting death of a prominent Sikh leader on Canadian soil.

Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a Canadian citizen, was gunned down outside of a temple in Surrey, B.C., on June 18.

Police previously said they were looking for two suspects.

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