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US envoy says ‘shared intelligence from Five Eyes partners’ behind Trudeau’s India allegation

Trudeau accused India of killing Hardeep Singh Nijjar

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David Cohen, the United States Ambassador to Canada, informed that a “shared intelligence among Five Eyes partners” provided Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with information about the connection between the death of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar and the Indian government.

According to Cohen, Trudeau’s claim was made following information provided by “shared intelligence among Five Eyes partners.”

“There was shared intelligence among Five Eyes partners that helped lead Canada to make the statements that the Prime Minister made. In the days since, as diplomatic tensions continue to ratchet up — from Canada reassessing its staffing in India, to India suspending visa services for Canadians — there have been swirling questions about what intelligence is at the center of this story, who was aware of it, and when,” the US Ambassador to Canada told CTV News Channel.


The US, UK, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand are members of the intelligence alliance known as Five Eyes which includes both surveillance-based and signal intelligence.

This is the first confirmation of collaboration between Canada and the Five Eyes allies by a US government official.

A Canada-India diplomatic crisis started when Trudeau accused Indian government officials in the June murder of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar.

On June 18, a Canadian citizen named Nijjar was murdered in Surrey, British Columbia.

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