Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in India last night on a week-long visit. He started off the first day of his first state trip to India by visiting iconic Taj Mahal. He along with his wife and three kids reached Agra in the morning to visit the monument. “For me to be able to be here on an official trip while bringing my kids with me to share this is really special and being able to enjoy this as a dad with my kids is really nice”: Canadian Prime Minister said on his Taj Mahal visit as per ANI. The images of his Taj Mahal visit are doing rounds on the internet. Many netizens are praising him for behaving like commoner with no airs and not like some VIP.Also Read - UPPSC PCS Prelims Result 2021 Announced: Over 7688 Candidates Declared Pass. Here’s How to Check Score on uppsc.up.nic.in
The objective of Justin Trudeau’s visit is to strengthen the bilateral ties between the two nations. He will mainly focus on defense, counter-terror cooperation, trade and investment among others. Apart from Taj Mahal, Trudeau will also visit other famous landmarks like Jama Masjid, Akshardham temple and Golden temple among others. He will meet PM Modi and hold a meeting on February 23 and on the same day lot of agreements are expected to signed by both. He will also meet few Bollywood celebs to explore opportunities in cinema as well. Also Read - 33 Per Cent Students Below High School Level Consume Tobacco In UP: Report
Here are some of the pictures from his Taj Mahal visit: Also Read - Lucknow DM Issues Protocols For Passengers Arriving at Lucknow Airport. Check Details Here
Here are some of the Twitter reactions:
Lovers cannot skip the place for sure
Simplicity at its best
No airs at all
Do our netas need to learn?
Ahead of the visit, Mr Trudeau tweeted, “Wheels up for India and a busy visit,” along with the picture of his wife and three children boarding the flight. Canada is home to more than 1.2 million Indian immigrants and the same comprises 3 percent of the population. Trudeau is Canada’s second youngest prime minister and this is his maiden trip to India. The last trip of Canadian PM to India was in 2012 when Steven Harper was the PM of Canada.