Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau showed up at the annual India Unity Day Parade this weekend and turned into a major hit with the community members introduce on the event.
As the entire of Canada got together to celebrate India Day on August 21, it obviously was nothing not as much as a treat to see the PM spruced up in a kurta-pajama, traditionally worn by Indian men.
Home in my riding of Papineau for Indian Independence Day celebrations! Long live the friendship between our two countries. pic.twitter.com/FYdodH2Kwg
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) 20 August 2017
Many complimented the politician for his fashion decision. Mr Trudeau awed numerous in the wake of finishing up his speech at the parade with a “rousing” chant of Jai Hind.
The explanation behind that was the route of the parade, which started at Avenue Ogilvy and finished at Parc Howard, fell inside the voting public of Papineau that Trudeau speaks to in the House of Commons, the lower chamber of the Parliament.
Trudeau spent almost an hour and a half at the parade, ICO’s vice-chair Rajesh Kapoor stated, including that while the PM has taken part in a few events prior as a federal MP and after that as leader of the Liberal Party, the current year’s appearance was exceptional in light of the fact that it was his first time as Prime Minister.
The PM said that alongside India celebrating its 71st year of independence, Canada checked the 150th year of Confederation this year. He underlined on pondering the two biggest democracies in the world, “one by population and one by surface area, and what we’ve learnt and what we do well”.
Canada’s Environment Minister Catherine McKenna went to a comparable event in Ottawa while Science Minister Kirsty Duncan joined the India Day Parade in Toronto.