Was Justin Trudeau under influence of cocaine that he did not attend President Murmu's dinner? Canada PMO reacts
A former Indian diplomat claimed that sniffer dogs in India found a bag of cocaine in Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's charter plane when he came to New Delhi for the G20 Summit.-
While India-Canada's diplomatic relationship is hitting rock bottom every single day, new claims and allegations continue to emerge from both sides. Recently, a former Indian diplomat Deepak Vohra claimed that sniffer dogs in India found a bag of cocaine in Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's charter plane when he came to New Delhi for the G20 Summit. Not only this, Vohra alleged that he has credible sources who have revealed that Canadian PM Justin Trudeau was under the influence of cocaine, and due to this he did not attend the dinner party hosted by President of India Dropdi Murmu for the world leaders attending G20 Summit in New Delhi. Vohra talking to a News Channel stated that Canadian PM Justin Trudeau was high on cocaine and therefore remained in his room for at least two days and did not attend the dinner party that was attended by other world leaders during the G20 Summit.
Now, the Canadian PMO has reacted to reports that Justin Trudeau was under the influence of drugs or carried cocaine along with him during his trip to New Delhi for the G20 Summit. The Canadian PMO has responded to the allegation and termed the claims made by Vohra as fake. Canadian media quoted PMO's statement which stated, "This (is) absolutely false and a troubling example of how disinformation can make its way into media reporting."
What did Deepak Vohra say?
Vohra stated, "My wife saw him at the Delhi airport and said that Trudeau looked depressed and stressed...We don’t know the reason. I don’t know the reality, but social media and some ‘credible rumours’ suggest that his plane was full of cocaine...He has become lonely. He is now trying to show that he is a Canadian Rambo and nothing can go wrong in his presence. India has done the right thing by suspending visa services in Canada.”
MEA S Jaishankar slams Canada in New York
Speaking at the 'Discussion at Council on Foreign Relations' in New York, S Jaishankar said, "In the last few years, Canada actually has seen a lot of organised crime, relating to the secessionist forces, organized crime, violence and extremism. They're all very, very deeply mixed up. So in fact, we have been talking about specifics and information." India's MEA further stressed that the Indian government has provided the Canadian side with a lot of information about the crime, and there has been a large number of extradition requests. We have given them a lot of information about organized crime and leadership, which operates out of Canada. There are a large number of extradition requests. There are terrorist leaders, who have been identified," Jaishankar added.