The report, based on federal court proceedings and a highly sensitive government document obtained by the publication, claims that India’s top intelligence agencies – the Research Analysis Wing (RAW) and the Indian Intelligence Bureau (IB) – were behind the operation which started in 2009. Canadian security officials suspected that two main intelligence agencies of India had asked an Indian national to influence Canadian politicians into supporting New Delhi’s interests, the report suggests.
Contacting upon the matter, Public Safety Minister Bill Blair’s office refused to comment on the case but said the government was “concerned when any country shows destabilizing behavior, including interference in other countries’ democratic systems.”
The suspected is the editor-in-chief of an unnamed Indian newspaper was detained in connection — referred as A.B in the report. He allegedly met Indian intelligence over a dozen times over six year. His wife and son are Canadian citizens. His last meeting with Indian spy agencies was a month after Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Canada in 2015.
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