During the G20 Summit, Justin Trudeau declined the hotel's
During the G20 Summit, Justin Trudeau declined the hotel's "presidential suite," according to sources

21st September, New Delhi, India (ANI): According to insiders, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau chose to stay in an ordinary room rather than the presidential suite during his trip to India for the G20 Summit.

Notably, according to security rules, presidential rooms are expressly created by Indian security services.


During his trip at the G20 Summit, Trudeau stayed at the Lalit Hotel in the nation’s capital.

However, reports said that despite being given a presidential suite, his group chose to stay in an ordinary room at the same hotel instead.

Every world leader who travelled to India for the G20 was given access to presidential suite-style VVIP hotels with full security measures.

Sources claim that Trudeau’s team informed the Indian security services that this choice was being made owing to financial issues. The Indian officials, however, claim that they are unaware of the precise rationale for Trudeau’s accommodation in a standard room.

It should be noted that this wasn’t the only strange incident during Trudeau’s trip to India.

The Canadian prime minister was supposed to leave India on September 10, but a mechanical issue with his Airbus jet forced him to remain an extra day.

According to reports, the Indian side offered the services of an aircraft called “Air India One” to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his entourage so they could fly home after learning that the delay in their departure was caused by a problem with their special aircraft.

According to reports, the Canadian side turned down the offer and opted to wait for the backup aircraft. Only on September 12 was Trudeau finally permitted to leave India.

In the meanwhile, tensions between India and Canada grew on Monday as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused India of being involved in the death of Hardeep Nijjar, a terrorist identified in India. An Indian diplomat was then expelled from Canada as a result of this.

India banned a top Canadian ambassador from the country on Tuesday in retaliation for Canada’s accusations, which it described as “absurd” and “motivated.”

The leader of the Khalistan Tiger Force, Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a terrorist in India, was assassinated on June 18 in Surrey, British Columbia, outside a Gurdwara. (ANI)



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