It seems the ongoing diplomatic war between India and Canada is not going to over very soon. While it is Canada which has been making all sort of allegations against India, now an Indian diplomat has made a shocking allegations against the Canadian PM Trudeau.
On Monday, September 25, former Indian ambassador to Sudan, Deepak Vohra made shocking claims about the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and criticized him for supporting anti-Indian elements in Canada.
During Canadian PM Justin Trudeau’s visit to India for the G20 summit this month, his plane was “full of cocaine”. Additionally, the Canadian prime minister “did not come out of his room for two days”, which hindered his participation in G20 events.
He described these claims as a “Credible Rumour“, during an appearance on Anchor Deepak Chaurasia’s program on Zee News.
Trudeau looked stressed and depressed : Ex-diplomat
“In his parliament address, he used the words ‘credible allegations’ against India. How can allegations be credible? Either it can be credible or an allegation. I also have a ‘credible rumour’ to make in this case that ‘Trudeau’ is crazy. It is a credible rumour,” Vohra said.
“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 rumors’ suggest that his plane was full of cocaine. He also missed the President’s dinner as some people say that he was not in his senses due to the drug consumption. So, seeing this nothing can be said about what goes on in his mind,” Vohra went on to add.
“He has definitely gone insane. 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. The Indian government has shown that now we are ‘New Bharat’ and that we’ll take a stand for the betterment of the country,” the former diplomat said.
Who is Deepak Vohra?
Deepak Vohra has held diplomatic posts in various countries, including Armenia, Georgia, Poland, Lithuania, Sudan, and South Sudan. Currently, he is serving as a Special Adviser to the Prime Minister in Lesotho, South Sudan, Guinea-Bissau, and the Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Councils of Kargil and Leh.
He has an extensive experience in working various nations such as France, Vietnam, Tunisia, the United States, Papua New Guinea, Spain, Nigeria, Chad, Benin, Cameroon, and Malaysia. Additionally, Ambassador Vohra previously served as an Officer on Special Duty to the Technology Advisor to the Prime Minister of India.
The Diplomatic war between India and Canada intensified
Canada has been slammed by India for nurturing and supporting the Khalistani terrorist elements, while the Canadian government maintained its right to free expression. At the recent G20 Summit in Delhi, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi questioned Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about the “anti-India activities” in Canada linked to extremist groups.
Trudeau’s Liberals currently holds power with the New Democratic Party (NDP), led by Indian-origin politician Jagmeet Singh, a known Khalistani sympathiser. The NDP has vowed to support the government until the next general election in autumn 2025.
In an unexpected assertion last week, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said his country’s intelligence agencies were looking into a “potential link” between “agents of the Indian government” and Nijjar’s death. Nijjar was referred to as a “Canadian citizen” by Trudeau.
In retaliation to Ottawa’s removal of an Indian official over the case, New Delhi clearly rejected the charges as “absurd” and “motivated,” and expelled a senior Canadian diplomat.
Nijjar, one of India’s most wanted terrorists, with a Rs 10 lakh cash reward on his head, was shot dead on June 18 by two unidentified shooters outside a gurudwara in Surrey. He was the Khalistan Tiger Force’s (KTF) commander.
In a strongly worded statement, India said that Canada’s claims appeared to be “politically motivated” and urged the Trudeau government to crack down hard on terrorists and anti-India elements operating on its soil. As a result of the diplomatic blockade over Nijjar’s murder, India has now suspended visa services for Canadians.