Despite India's warning, Canadian PM once again comments on farmers' prest
OTTAWA: Despite India's warning to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau over his earlier remarks on farmers prests, the PM has once again commented that he "will always stand up for the of peaceful prests".
Speaking at a press conference after the External Affairs Ministry issued a demarche to Canadian High Commissioner, Trudeau said, "Canada will always stand up for the of peaceful prests anywhere around the world."
Meanwhile, the Sikh Council UK has demanded the po itical leaders to support the Canadian PM.
"Po itical leaders should stand alongside @JustinTrudeau to oppose h an ri hts violations by the Indian authorities & not bow to bullying," the Sikh Council UK said in a tweet.
英国锡克教理事会在推特上表示：“领导人应该支持贾斯汀·特鲁多，反对印度当局侵犯人 权的行为，不向 恃强欺弱的行为低头。”
Farmers are presting in Delhi and its border areas ag inst the Farmers' Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, The Farmers (Empowerment and Prection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020, and The Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.
On Friday, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) issued a demarche to Canadian High Commissioner, saying that the remarks made by the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, some Cabinet Ministers and Members of Parliament on Indian farmers prest will have "seriously dging impact on ties between India and Canada".
According to an offi al statement issued by the MEA, "The Canadian High Commissioner was summoned to the Ministry of External Affairs today and informed that comments by the Canadian Prime Minister, some Cabinet Ministers and Members of Parliament on issues relating to Indian farmers constitute an unacceptable interference in our internal affairs."
Such actions, if continued, would have a seriously dging impact on ties between India and Canada, the Ministry further said.
译文来源：三泰虎 http://www.santaihu.com/p/51469.html 译者：Jessica.Wu
Canada go nment or its PM should not interfere in other sovereign nation internal affairs. It s not good for his high office.
who cares .....
it's just to get sike support in Canada
It remains to be seen how this Canadian Joker is taught a lesson he will never forget till he returns to his grave.
actually they are not ordinary farmers.They are rich farmers,zamindar,commission agents who are opposing the law which is hurting their interest. Ordinary farmer is in win win situation by this law.Trudeau is an idiot and pandering to his khalistani constituency.
Canadian Pm is on the issue. why blame him, instead the crooks in delhi should make introspecton.
It has become a fashion for the western country leaders to poke their dirty noses into our internal affairs.
Throw the Canada high commission out of Delhi.
let him comment whatever he wants ... let our leaders decide what is best for our country and that would be final.
PAPPU OF CANADA.
Canadian PM has every to support to our Farmers. The whole world knows that Modi is crook who harbor criminals in the Parliament.Any one in the world can prest wrong doings by any Gt.
One day these same extremists that this idiot Canadian PM supports, will themselves demand separate country in Canada.. MARK MY WORDS
Canada is Pakistan in the making. The Sikhs of Canada are Sick minded like Canadian PM Trudeau.
Tsr The Urbanist
Just ignore this guy. Indians know what is best for it's citizens
Warning ???? What warning ? it's Indians who flock to Canada, not the other way round.
Tradue is fantastic PM. No doubt.
Canada is a useless country. The world's second largest country by area and rich with natural resources but not an economic or military power. India's economy is 4 times bigger than Canada's in PPP terms despite the fact that Canada is about 4 times bigger in area.
Canadian PM playing with fire
Shut down their embassy..for good.
NOBODY LISTENS TO THIS CANADIAN PAPPU IN CANADA, SO HE DOES HIS BAKWAS OUTSIDE BY MEDDLING IN THE AFFAIRS OF INDIA... HE IS THE PUPPET OF THE LARGE SIKH COMMUNITY IN CANADA...
I support independent Quebec and independent Western Canada