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Three Indian nationals – Karan Brar (22), Kamalpreet Singh (22), and Karanpreet Singh (28) – stand accused of murdering Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada. According to Intel sources speaking to , concerns exist that the Canadian agency handling the case might be pressuring the accused for lighter sentences in exchange for potentially fabricated statements.

The three men have been charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder. Intelligence officials allege that a deal might be struck between them and “compromised Canadian Agency officials” to pin the blame on India. This allegation comes amidst heightened tensions between the two nations following Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s claims of a possible Indian role in the killing, which India has vehemently denied.

Nijjar, the president of the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara, was also the leader of Babbar Khalsa International (BKI), a militant organization advocating for an independent Sikh state of Khalistan. BKI has a history of violence and is designated as a terrorist organization by both India and Canada.

The possibility of the accused being pressured to implicate India raises concerns about the politicization of the case. Some speculate the hit may have been orchestrated by a rival Sikh faction rather than the Indian government.

With the trial yet to begin, it’s crucial to also investigate why Candian Police took so many months to make a arrest even though all three never left Canada.