Canada’s Leader Aims to Restore Ties with India, Calls Trudeau Incompetent

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Pierre Poilievre, the leader of Canada’s main opposition political party, has criticized Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for the deteriorating ties between Canada and India, stating that Trudeau is considered a “laughing stock in India.” Poilievre, who leads the largest opposition group in Canada’s House of Commons and currently holds a substantial lead in public opinion polls over Trudeau’s Liberal Party, has vowed to restore a “professional relationship with India” if elected to power.

In an interview with Nepalese media outlet Namaste Radio Toronto, Poilievre expressed his commitment to improving relations with India. He criticized Trudeau for the recent withdrawal of 41 Canadian diplomats from India, which occurred amid tensions following Trudeau’s suggestion that Indian agents might have been involved in the June murder of a Khalistani terrorist in Canada.

Poilievre accused Trudeau of being incompetent and unprofessional, leading to disputes with major powers worldwide, including India. He emphasized the need for a professional relationship with India, highlighting India as the largest democracy on Earth.

Justin Trudeau, on the other hand, defended the Canadian diplomats and criticized the Indian government for making normal life difficult for people in both countries, citing a breach of basic diplomatic principles in the process.

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