Justin Trudeau imposes ‘charge’ on Indian government
A controversy seen during the Indian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to India is in the headlines after his return.
What Trudeau said in the Canadian Parliament can cause sourness in the relations between the two countries.
Justin Trudeau has acknowledged in the Canadian Parliament that during his visit, former Sikh separatist Jaspal Atwal was able to be in India due to the Indian government.
In the Canadian Parliament, the opposition questioned Justin Trudeau, “Did any of his government have a press conference in which the Reporters were told that the Indian government was involved in the embarrassing mistake that had taken place in India?”
Justin Trudeau responded that if our diplomats or security officers say something to the Canadian people, then they say only when they know that it is right.
India’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Ravi Kumar also issued a statement on this.
He said, “I want to make it clear that the Government of India and the security agencies have nothing to do with it. Jaspal Atwal is not involved in joining the program of the Canadian High Commission in Mumbai or the invitation of New Delhi’s program. Anything, on the contrary, is unfounded and will not be accepted. “