On Friday, Indians sent serious warnings to Canadian Administration, involving Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, over the remark made on the ongoing farmers’ protest in the country.
Apparently, the government summoned the Canadian high commissioner to inform their resentment over the whole ficado and said, “unacceptable interference” in the country’s internal affairs.
The Canadian diplomat was warned that such actions if continued, would have a “seriously damaging” impact on the bilateral ties.
Trudeau had previously expressed concern over the farmers’ agitation in India and has said that Canada will always be there to defend the rights of peaceful protesters.
The MEA said, “The Canadian High Commissioner was summoned to the Ministry of External Affairs today and informed that comments by the Canadian Prime Minister, some Cabinet Minister, and Members of Parliament on issues relating to Indian farmers constitute an unacceptable interference in our internal affairs.”
Earlier this week, the government had called the statements made by the Canadian leader “ill-informed” and “unwarranted”.
The Indian government has asked the Canadian leaders to stop commenting on India’s internal affairs and maintain the sanctity of diplomatic conversations.