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Justin Trudeau, the prime minister of Canada, is grounded in Delhi due to a technical issue

Justin Trudeau, the prime leader of Canada, was unable to leave India when a technical issue occurred with his aircraft.

The delegates weren’t on the plane yet. The airport staff received the information well in advance, and as a result, the aircraft will now depart on Monday morning.

“The Canadian Armed Forces informed us that CFC001 was having technical problems as we were leaving for the airport. Because of this, our group will remain in India until other arrangements are made, according to a statement from Trudeau’s office, as published by the Canadian website CTV News.

After attending the two-day G20 Summit in the capital, Trudeau is departing for Canada. The Canadian prime minister and his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, had private meetings earlier in the day.

PM Modi informed Trudeau of India’s worries during the discussion regarding the ongoing anti-Indian activities of extreme Canadian elements who are encouraging secessionism, instigating violence against Indian diplomats, and endangering the Indian population there.

According to the Ministry of External Affairs, “The Prime Minister highlighted that India-Canada relations are anchored in shared democratic values, respect for the rule of law, and strong people-to-people ties.”

The relationship between these factors and organized crime, drug cartels, and people trafficking ought to worry Canada as well. Cooperation between the two nations is crucial in addressing these dangers, according to the MEA statement, which PTI cited.

Canada has pledged to preserve free speech constantly.
Following the G20 Summit, Trudeau was questioned about the rise in events involving pro-Khalistan extremists in Canada. The Canadian premier responded, “Canada will always protect freedom of expression, freedom of conscience, and freedom of peaceful protest because these rights are very essential to us. At the same time, we are always present to stop violence and to fight back against hatred.

On Friday, anti-India and pro-Khalistan graffiti was scrawled on the wall of a Hindu temple in Canada’s Surrey, British Columbia. The incident happened when Sikhs for Justice (SFJ), a pro-Khalistan organization, threatened to ‘shut down’ Indian consulates in Vancouver.

On the main gate of the Lakshmi Narayan Mandir in Surrey town, anti-India and pro-Khalistan slogans were passed in August.


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