In a major diplomatic victory, Canadian PM Justin Trudeau was forced to shrug off his Khalistani allies as he reached out to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to aid Canada’s vaccine distribution programme which at the moment is an unmitigated disaster. Trudeau’s abject surrender is a major blow to the Khalistani backed former protests as there’s no way India would grant vaccines to Canada without forcing the latter to act tough against the Khalistanis hustling and bustling on its soil.
Prime Minister Modi took to Twitter to state, “Was happy to receive a call from my friend @JustinTrudeau. Assured him that India would do its best to facilitate supplies of COVID vaccines sought by Canada. We also agreed to continue collaborating on other important issues like Climate Change and the global economic recovery.”
— Shubhangi Sharma (@ItsShubhangi) February 10, 2021
Prime Minister Modi through his government’s vaccine maitri initiative has helped even the smallest of countries be it the Dominican Republic or Barbados, however, not even once has he mentioned that, “India would do its best” to deliver the vaccines.
While India being the benevolent country that it is, will likely supply vaccines to Canada notwithstanding Trudeau’s constant meddling in India’s internal affairs and tacit backing of Khalistanis, it is likely that Trudeau will now take a pro-India stance on most matters which is a concerning development for the farmers’ protests which have a huge Khalistani backing.
In fact, Trudeau has taken such a sharp U-turn that he couldn’t stop singing praises of India and the leadership of PM Modi. Trudeau stated that if the world manages to conquer the pandemic, it would be significantly because of India’s tremendous pharmaceutical capacity, and PM Modi’s leadership in sharing this capacity with the rest of the world.
It is pertinent to note that Canada’s vaccine drive is major failure. The American Moderna & Pfizer vaccines have been delayed with the Canadian government stooping as low as to drawing vaccine doses from the Covax alliance, which was morally meant to help poorer nations.
Trudeau has been under pressure from his coalition partner and Khalistani, Jagmeet Singh to make statements on the farmers’ protests and internationalise the issue in order to corner India. It is alleged that a PR firm linked with Jagmeet Singh has been paying celebs like Rihanna huge sums of money to tweet about the farmers’ protests.
Since Trudeau is not having a majority government, he’s heavily reliant and under the influence of the Khalistani lobby led by Jagmeet Singh. However, the abject failure of Canada’s vaccine programme saw the Conservatives rain fire on Trudeau’s Liberal government. Uncomfortable questions were asked by the Opposition, on why has Trudeau failed to reach out to PM Modi who has never said a no to any country when it comes to the supply of vaccines.
— Michelle Rempel Garner (@MichelleRempel) February 5, 2021
Trudeau who perhaps is still seething from his disastrous Indian trip which would arguably go down in history as one of the worst trips ever taken by a leader, chose to gulp down his ego and ignore the Khalistani lobby to reach out to PM Modi and India.
It is pertinent to note that PM Modi usually only tweets after vaccines have been delivered to a particular country, and by tweeting about Trudeau’s request, he clearly wanted shame the Trudeau government who is involved in indulging with anti-India forces.
The biggest loser of the story are the organisers of the farmers’ protests who of late have been receiving a lot of funding from Canada, which will now have to be stopped if Trudeau were to ensure the supply of Made in India vaccines.