A former Indian diplomat, Deepak Vohra, has made startling claims about Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's recent visit to the G-20 summit.
Amid escalating diplomatic tensions between India and Canada, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on last Monday said that they had credible evidence linking Indian agents to the murder of Sikh separatist leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in June. This prompted an angry denial from New Delhi.
On September 19, the Indian government summoned the High Commissioner of Canada to convey its decision regarding expulsion of a senior Canadian diplomat stationed in India.
This diplomat was given a five-day notice to depart from India.
Meanwhile, the United States (US) on last friday also told India to cooperate with Canada's investigation into the murder.
"We are deeply concerned about the allegations raised by Prime Minister Trudeau," US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a press briefing on Friday. "It is important that India work with Canada on this investigation. We want to see those responsible held accountable."
With current developments, it is certain to say that things are heating up between the two nations.
As a fallout of it, a politician threatened to nuke Canada during a live talk show on Indian national TV channel last monday.
Indian TV threatening Trudeau with nuclear attack on Canada - These morons don’t know that India’s atomic energy program had started with a Canadian reactor! pic.twitter.com/DSwJz76BRe— Ashok Swain (@ashoswai) September 23, 2023
Now, according to Vohra, sniffer dogs at the airport detected cocaine on Trudeau's plane, leading to speculation about the Canadian leader's condition during the high-profile event.
On an India’s national TV, an Indian former diplomat says that sniffer dogs had found cocaine in Canadian PM Trudeau’s plane in Delhi and Trudeau was so overdosed that he couldn’t attend the dinner given by India’s President for G20 leaders. Modi madness! https://t.co/Poc0YUYZyX— Ashok Swain (@ashoswai) September 25, 2023
Trudeau's absence from a dinner hosted by the G-20 President raised eyebrows, and Vohra's comments have added fuel to the fire.
Vohra asserted, "Our sniffer dogs had found cocaine in Canadian PM Justin Trudeau's plane. He did not attend the dinner hosted by the President, and people say he was on a high."