“If someone gives us any information, we would definitely look into it. If a citizen of ours has done anything good or bad, we are ready to look into it.Our commitment is to the rule of law,” Modi said in an interview to the Financial Times.
The PM, however, ruled out any damage to India-US ties because of the Pannun ca se, saying security and counter-terrorism cooperation had been a key component of the partnership and that he didn’t think it was appropriate to link “a few incidents with diplomatic relations between the two countries”. “There is strong bipartisan support for the strengthening of this relationship, which is a clear indi cator of a mature and stable partnership,” he said.
India had last month instituted a committee of inquiry to look into the information shared by the US, even as it dismissed similar allegations by Canada in the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar.