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Calm down a bit: Australian PM Albanese told reporter on question on Modi

Canberra: Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese scolded a reporter over a question on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and asked him to ‘calm down a bit’ when he was asked if he called PM Modi a “boss”, according to SBS News. Sorry to say.
At a press conference on Tuesday, Albanese hit out at a reporter who had asked if “he regretted calling PM Modi a boss.” According to SBS News, he said, “Really? You should get some rest.”
SBS World News is the news service of the Special Broadcasting Service in Australia. “We were at the venue where Bruce Springsteen played the last time I was there, and I made the point that the welcome he got from the community was a very broad-based community, from where he’s from the Indian diaspora to his welcomed.”
“I welcome Prime Minister Modi to Australia, as I welcome other guests to Australia.”
Notably, while introducing PM Modi to a packed audience in Sydney in May, Albanese had called him “Boss” – a reference to Bruce Springsteen. Meanwhile, on Tuesday Albanese said, “I don’t talk about Five Eyes intelligence in press conferences,” but he did not say whether he joined Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in making allegations against Modi at the G20 Were.
Trudeau set off a diplomatic storm on Monday by saying there was “credible evidence” that India was responsible for the alleged killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. The Five Eyes is a network of five countries – Australia, Britain, Canada, New Zealand and the US – who collaborated to better respond to the growing threats from North Korea and China.
According to a spokesperson for Australia’s Foreign Minister Penny Wong, these claims have left Australia “deeply concerned”.
“We are closely engaged with partners on developments. “We have conveyed our concerns to India at senior levels,” it said in a statement shared with CNN.
“We understand that these reports will be particularly concerning to certain Australian communities. The Indian diaspora is a valuable and important contributor to our vibrant and resilient multicultural society, where all Australians can peacefully and safely express their views.
Meanwhile, relations between India and Canada have become strained after Justin Trudeau made allegations regarding the Indian government’s involvement in the fatal shooting of Khalistan Tiger Force chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada. Nijjar, who was wanted in India, was shot outside a gurudwara in a parking area in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada on June 18. India today rejected Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s allegations regarding Indian government’s involvement in the deadly incident. Khalistan Tiger Force chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar shot dead in Canada. In a statement, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) described the allegations as ‘absurd’ and ‘motivated’.
“We have noted the Canadian Prime Minister’s statement to his Parliament and also deplore the statement made by his Foreign Minister,” the Foreign Ministry said in an official statement.
“Allegations of Indian government involvement in any acts of violence in Canada are absurd and motivated,” the release said.

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