Narendra Modi not present in Gujarat, will not meet Canadian PM today

Narendra Modi not present in Gujarat, will not meet Canadian PM today

Trudeau will visit Sabarmati Ashram, the abode of Mahatma Gandhi in Ahmedabad.

Canadian PM Justin Trudeau along with his wife Sophie and children Xavier, Hadrien and Ella-Grace visited Akshardham Temple in Gandhinagar in Gujarat on Monday.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tagged Taj Mahal as "one of the most handsome places" in the visitor's book.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and family greet the media at the Ashram, but it is the youngest Trudeau, Xavier who steals the show. Amid reports of Canadian PM being snubbed by the Indian authorities, the government officials have said that it is not possible for the Indian PM to accompany every leader during their visit to the country.

Trudeau also tweeted that he last visited the Taj nearly 35 years earlier, when he was as old as his son, Xavier.

Mathura District Magistrate S R Mishra and the SSP Police Swapnil accorded a warm welcome to the Trudeau along with Kartick Satyanarayan and Geeta Seshamani, founders of Wildlife SOS at the Elephant Conservation and Care Center.

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The last visit of a Canadian Prime Minister to India was in November 2012.

Trudeau said the visit to "one of the most attractive places in the world" was special.

Justin Trudeau on Sunday visited Mathura Wildlife SOS Elephant Conservation and Care Centre in UP.

During the course of his stay in India, Trudeau will also visit Agra, Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Amritsar.

Trudeau will also participate in several business roundtables to promote further trade and investment between Canada and India, as Canada works closely with Indian leaders to advance economic opportunities in both countries. Sikhs account for less than 1.5 percent of Canada's population.

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