Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's tone modified after PM Modi's third time period, expressed need to debate severe points theinsiderinsight


After Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) turned the Prime Minister for the third time, the tone of Canadian PM Justin Trudeau has modified. Justin Trudeau expressed hope that after assuming energy in India for the third time, dialogue between India and Canada can resume on severe points associated to nationwide safety, pursuits of Canadian folks and rule of regulation. Allow us to inform you that relations between India and Canada had turn into tense since final 12 months over the Khalistani situation.

Justin Trudeau mentioned these items in an interview with CBC Information. He mentioned, “There’s similarity on many huge points. We have to work collectively on these as a world neighborhood.” Trudeau mentioned, “However now that he (PM Modi) has handed the election part, I believe we should always discuss our points.”

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Final 12 months, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau had expressed the suspicion of Indian companies being behind the homicide of Khalistani chief Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Parliament. India had utterly rejected these allegations. India additionally requested a Canadian diplomat current in New Delhi to depart the nation in 5 days. India had expressed concern over Canada changing into the epicenter for Khalistan supporters. Nevertheless, Canada had rejected it.

Trudeau's assertion got here at a time when he met PM Narendra Modi on the sidelines of the G-7 summit held in Italy from June 13 to fifteen. Modi additionally shared a photograph with Trudeau on the X deal with. Whereas PM Modi wrote detailed captions on his conferences with German Chancellor Olf Scholz, Japanese PM Fumio Kishida and Italian Prime Minister Georgia Meloni, the photograph with Trudeau had a caption of only one line.

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Alternatively, Justin Trudeau congratulated PM Modi on successful the Lok Sabha elections in India. He wrote on X, “Congratulations to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his election victory. Canada stands able to work along with his authorities to advance relations based mostly on human rights, range and the rule of regulation.”

PM Modi wrote in response to Trudeau, “Thanks Canadian PM for the congratulatory message. India appears to be like ahead to working with Canada on the idea of mutual understanding and respect for one another's issues.”

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