Canadian statement on peasant movement, open letter from many former diplomats, targeted at Justin Trudeau


Controversy has increased further with the support of the ongoing farmers’ movement in India and the statements issued by top leaders in Canada. Now many former diplomats of India have strongly condemned this attitude of Canada by writing an open letter. Along with this, there were many very serious and sensitive allegations in it.

22 former High Commissioners targeted Canada
On Monday, 22 former High Commissioners, including former India High Commissioner Vishnu Prakash, who were in Canada, issued a letter saying that 5 per cent of people of Indian origin live there in Canada and that the two countries have had a better relationship between the two countries over the years Respected. But recently, some pro-Khalistan supporters are becoming politically outspoken, who succeed in influencing some politicians in Canada. Seriously it was alleged that the supporters of Khalistan get open support of the Pakistan diplomat there, which the Government of Canada is blind to. It was written condemning the Canadian PM’s statement that commenting on India’s internal politics was a wrong tradition. It was also warned that this behavior influenced by vote bank politics in Canada would give him a wrong name on the international stage.

Foreign Ministry has also expressed opposition
Earlier, the Foreign Ministry also formally supported the farmer movement and in this case the Canadian PM
The statement of other leaders, including Justin Trudeau, was fiercely opposed and summoned the Canadian High Commissioner. The Ministry of External Affairs had issued a statement saying that if it continues, it will severely damage the mutual relations between the two countries. India had said that because of the statement made by Canadian leaders on the issue of farmers, there was an increased risk of gathering in front of the Indian Mission in Canada, which raised the issue of security.