As World Leader Met with Biden, His Gov't Sent Hit Men to Kill US Citizen on American Soil

As World Leader Met with Biden, His Gov't Sent Hit Men to Kill US Citizen on American Soil

A recent report has implicated the Indian government in a thwarted assassination attempt against an American citizen critical of its policies, as per The Washington Post.

Allegedly, India’s intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), coordinated a team to target Sikh activist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, an American national.

The report highlights an intelligence officer, Vikram Yadav, terming the operation a “priority,” with plans to proceed once the subject's location was confirmed.

Interestingly, this scheme unfolded during a period when President Joe Biden hosted a grand reception at the White House for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

While U.S. intelligence agencies speculate about Modi’s national security adviser, Ajit Doval, being aware of the plot, concrete evidence remains elusive. However, experts suggest RAW wouldn't have acted without tacit approval from the prime minister's office.

A report from WNBC-TV in New York reveals that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) intervened when the foreign agent involved in the plot recruited a drug trafficker for the task. White House National Security Council spokeswoman Adrienne Watson emphasized the seriousness of the situation, mentioning direct engagement with Indian authorities.

The Post report also connects India to other aggressive actions, such as the killing of Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau previously accused India of involvement in Nijjar’s assassination, labeling it a violation of sovereignty.

In response to these allegations, Modi vehemently denied any involvement, as reported by The New York Times. However, a purported "Western security official" cited by The Post suggests India's perceived impunity encourages such actions on foreign soil.

India’s Ministry of External Affairs has refrained from official commentary on The Post's report, with a spokesperson stating that assassinations are not part of their policy. Despite an indictment indicating Indian government involvement in the plot against Pannun, only Nikhil Gupta, a middleman, has faced charges thus far.

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