During Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent visit to India for the G20 summit, there have been unverified claims and rumors circulating. These allegations, characterized as a “credible rumor,” were voiced by Deepak Vohra, a retired Indian diplomat, during an appearance on Anchor Deepak Chaurasia’s program on Zee News.
Vohra, in his remarks, expressed skepticism about the term “credible allegations,” emphasizing that allegations cannot be both credible and merely allegations at the same time. He also mentioned a “credible rumor” suggesting unusual behavior on Trudeau’s part during his visit.
According to Vohra, his wife observed that Trudeau appeared to be distressed and anxious at the Delhi airport. While the exact cause of his demeanor remains unknown, there have been speculations on social media regarding the contents of his plane and suggestions that he may have missed a presidential dinner due to a state of altered consciousness, reportedly linked to drug use.
It’s important to note that these claims lack official verification and should be treated with caution. Accurate information is essential in assessing the events surrounding the G20 summit and Prime Minister Trudeau’s visit.