Deepak Vohra, a former Indian ambassador to Sudan, made some shocking accusations during in an interview on Monday. He said there was a “credible rumour” that Indian sniffer dogs discovered cocaine from Justin Trudeau‘s plane during his recent G20 meeting in New Delhi. He further claimed that Trudeau missed the G20 dinner because he was ‘high on drugs and did not come out of his room for two days’, leaving him unable to attend G20 programmes.
The PMO in Canada, however, denied the unsubstantiated claim. Ground News
Vohra also alleged that Justin Trudeau behaves like a small kid and said that he has very little knowledge about international relations.
His comments come as tensions have flared between India and Canada following Trudeau’s explosive allegations of a “potential” involvement of Indian agents in the killing of Khalistani extremist Hardeep Singh Nijjar, 45, on his country’s soil on June 18 in British Columbia. India had designated Nijjar as a terrorist in 2020.
India angrily rejected the allegations as “absurd” and “motivated” and expelled a senior Canadian diplomat in a tit-for-tat move to Ottawa’s expulsion of an Indian official over the case.
Breaking: #Trudeau The Prime Minister was high on drugs and cocaine for two days in India.— Jim Ferguson (@JimFergusonUK) September 28, 2023
Trudeau missed all of the meetings and wasn't seen outside his room for two full days its been reported. There are allegations his plane was loaded completely full of cocaine.
Vohra, a… pic.twitter.com/fS2d39cjo0
He’s having a bad week
Trudeau, the WEF’s star alumnus, is having a bad week. Last week his Parliament arose as one to cheer an actual Nazi while President Zelensky was present. He was in Canada asking for a handout. Calls for Trudeau’s resignation are increasing as Canada was heavily involved in the Second World War and lost many men who died fighting the Nazi regime.
As pressure mounts on the #Trudeau Canadian Government and more people wake up to the fact that circa 5000 #Nazis were given permission to live in Canada its becoming clear that people want to know who and where they are.— Jim Ferguson (@JimFergusonUK) September 28, 2023
Are Canadians living near or beside those that were part… pic.twitter.com/tEhT7G8Q9P