It was confirmed on Wednesday that FBI ( Federal Bureau of Investigation) director Christopher Wray is scheduled to visit India next week, and controversy has created it. The visit of the FBI chief amid controversy over the bid to kiss the khalistani terrorist, gurpatwant singh pannun, on American soil. It is because of the US administration’s allegations against the Indian agency officials and Indian nationals.
A look at India – US Relations
If we talk about the relations of India with the US during a panel discussion at the global technology summit in New Delhi, the Eric Garcetti ambassador said. “ this was the No. 1 country she went to outside of the US. She visited India four times. The defense secretary, Lloyd Austin, visited India for 2nd time. The state secretary, Antony Blinken, came there for 3rd time. FBI chief comes to India next week.
Aim behind the FBI chief visit to India.
The main aim of the visit of the FBI chief to India is to strengthen the cooperation between India and the United States on a range of law issues; it comes days after the principal deputy of US NSA, national security adviser Jonathan Finer, was present in Delhi to meet with deputy national security adviser of India, Vikram misri.
In the meeting, they want to raise the issue of the assassination plot that comes up. According to a declaration issued by the White House, “Finer acknowledged India’s status quo of a Committee of Enquiry to analyze deadly plotting in the US and the significance of holding accountable all and sundry located responsible.”
Controversy for killing Pannun
Last month, the US paid the Indian country’s well-known name, Nikhil Gupta, with conspiracy to dedicate homicide-for-hire and murder-for-rent costs for allegedly plotting to assassinate Sikh separatist chief Gurpatwant Singh Pannun in New York City. As consistent with the Court documents filed via the USA Justice Department, unnamed Indian authorities legitimately colluded with Gupta in the plot to kill Pannun.
Subsequently, New Delhi has set up a high-degree special Enquiry Committee to check out the issue. Earlier today, commenting on the Pannun case, the State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller stated that the matter was stated by means of Washington DC at the “maximum senior tiers of this government” and taken up with External Affairs Minister Jaishankar.
“I also made clear that we’ve mentioned on the most senior stages of this government – the Secretary of State has raised this without delay together with his foreign counterpart that we take this problem very seriously. They informed us they would conduct an investigation. They have publicly announced a research.
And now we’ll wait to see the effects of the investigation, but it’s something we take very severely,” said Miller. He also brought up that the US government urges the Indian management to cooperate with Canada in the case of the killing of Khalistan terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar.
From the sources, it has come to know that the FBI chief visit to India next week amid the controversy about to attempt murder of khalistani terrorist, Pannun.