Recently, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau expressed public support for the protests of Indian farmers for many days, which aroused the dissatisfaction of the Indian government.
On November 26, the Indian Migrant Workers Association launched a protest to “go to New Delhi” in the hope of forcing the Indian government to abandon the three agricultural bills that they have just passed, which they believe “fend on the interests of farmers”.
As of December 2, thousands of Indian farmers from all over the country have been stationed in New Delhi, the capital of India, for a whole week, and more farmers are expected to join in.
On November 30th local time, Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau said during an online event that recent news from India was “worrisome” and his country “will always defend the right to peaceful protest”.
In response, many netizens who supported the protest of Indian farmers expressed their approval of Trudeau’s speech and forwarded the report one after another, thanking Trudeau for his voice of “supporting” Indian farmers.
But some people think that Trudeau is interfering in India’s internal affairs and standing and talking without backache, because this kind of thing will not happen to the Canadian people at all.
“We have seen some ‘mis-knowledge’ remarks made by Canadian leaders about Indian farmers. Especially when he touches on the internal affairs of a country, such an assessment is groundless. The Indian Foreign Ministry said that “it is better not to misinterpret the diplomatic dialogue for political purposes.”