Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau will meet Captain Amrinder Singh or not ?
The ongoing controversy over the visit of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to India has not stopped yet.
Already, the Punjab Chief Minister was running a controversial dispute between Captain Amarinder Singh and Trudeau,
when Captain turned yes to meet Trudeau, now Canada is getting heard that Trudeau will not meet Captain.
However, the Indian media say that when the troupe goes to Sri Harmandir Sahib,
then Chief Minister Amarinder Singh will be with them.
Apart from this, Captain will also accompany Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau at a museum.
“We do not plan to meet anybody with Captain yet,” said one Canadian official.
He said he could not disclose all information about the trip of Trudeau because he did not have the right to do so.
Noted that when Canadian Defense Minister Harjit Singh came to Punjab last year, Captain had refused to meet him saying that the Sajjan is a supporter of Khalistan.
Trudeau’s first visit to India has caused turmoil in Punjab’s politics.
Let us tell you that Trudeau is coming to India from February 17 to February 23 and during that time he will go to Punjab, Delhi, Mumbai and Ahmedabad.
Apart from Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Trudeau will meet President Ramnath Kovind and discuss various other issues.
There will be six cabinet ministers in the delegation coming to Trudeau, of which four are of Indian origin.
Defense Minister Harjeet Sajjan, House Leader Bernard Chagger, Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains and brother-in-law of Amarjeet Sohi.
Apart from this, 14 more members of the Parliament will visit India separately, out of which 12 are of Indian origin.
It is notable that in Switzerland, PM Modi and Trudeau met in a meeting
where they talked about the economic development of the two countries.
At present, the 1.3 million Canadian-Indian community is achieving higher achievements in the economy of Canada as well as in the political arena.
Trade between India and Canada has doubled in the last 10 years and it is expected to grow further.