Visa Services to Canada Stopped by India
There’s a growing disagreement between India and Canada.
It has become a big deal now because of an incident in Canada involving the killing of a leader who supported Khalistan, a movement that wants a separate state for Sikhs.
After this happened, India decided not to give visas to people from Canada for some time.
The situation between India and Canada is getting pretty tense. They are having some strong disagreements because of an event in Canada.
India has stopped its visa services there because of it.
Here’s what happened: Canada’s top leader, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, said that India might have had something to do with the killing of a man named Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
He was a big supporter of Khalistan. But India said they had nothing to do with it and that Canada is wrong.
There’s a company named BLS International. They help people get visas online, not just for India but for other countries too. They put a message on their website about this.
They said that starting from September 21, 2023, they won’t be giving visas to India for a while. They didn’t say when they’ll start again, but they told people to keep checking their website for news.
After the Khalistan supporter in Canada was killed, both countries started having a lot of problems.
Prime Minister Trudeau said in June that there might have been some people from India who were involved in killing Hardeep Singh Nijjar. This started a big fight between Canada and India.
India didn’t like what Canada said. They said the claims were just made up and had no truth in them.
But things got even more heated when Canada kicked out an Indian officer from their country because of all this. India didn’t stay quiet. They responded by kicking out a top Canadian official from their country.
This whole issue is becoming a big story. Now with the visa services stopped, it has added more fuel to the fire. Everyone is watching to see what happens next.
People are hoping that India and Canada will talk and sort out their problems soon. It’s always better when countries get along, right?