The power of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has given knowledge on the issue of farmers in India, seems to be shaking. 50 thousand protesters demonstrating in Canada’s capital Ottawa have vowed that they will stand by PM Trudeau’s resignation. He said that Justin Trudeau must go. Earlier, Trudeau had described the protesters as “handful shouters” and “waving swastikas”.
Canadian PM Trudeau made this controversial remark against the protesters during the ongoing debate in the country’s parliament. This enraged not only the opposition parties but also his Liberal Party MPs themselves and started demanding his resignation. Now protesters have said in a conversation with the Daily Mail that Trudeau’s statement is absurd and vowed that they will stand in Ottawa city until Trudeau resigns, ending the decision to make masks and vaccines mandatory is not done.
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Jerry Eagles, a protester, said, ‘I would like to say that Trudeau is now out of touch with the Canadian people. He doesn’t even deserve to be our leader. Because Trudeau called us Nazis and there are too many kids here. People are laughing at the PM. Another protester, Mercy, said, “Trudeau is a liar and not qualified to sell ice cream.” Justin Trudeau is the son of former Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau.
Meanwhile, trade on the Canada-US border has come to a standstill due to the demonstration of truck drivers. This is now putting pressure on the administration of both the US and Canada to crush the demonstration. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued a statement saying, ‘My message is clear. Traffic should be brought back on the roads. On the other hand, the demonstration of truck drivers that started in Canada has spread to many parts of the world. All of them are opposing making the corona vaccine mandatory. These demonstrations have started in Canada as well as in the US, Australia, New Zealand and France.