Canada, US worked intently on potential India connect to Hardeep Singh Nijjar killing

OTTAWA, Sept 19 (Reuters) - Canada worked "intently" with the US 

knowledge that Indian specialists had been possibly engaged with the homicide 

 Sikh forerunner in English Columbia recently, a senior Canadian government source said on Tuesday.

State head Justin Trudeau declared on Monday that homegrown knowledge

New Delhi's representatives to the shooting of Hardeep Singh Nijjar, 45, in June.

"We've been working with the U.S. intently, remembering for the public divulgence yesterday," the source said. 

The proof in Canada's control would be shared "at the appointed time"

said the authority who talked on state of secrecy because of the responsiveness of the data.

Trudeau on Tuesday let journalists know that the case had extensive outcomes in worldwide regulation

and asked the Indian government to treat the matter in a serious 

way and assist canada with completely researching the matter.