Canadian PM Justin Trudeau Visited Golden Temple, Made Chapatis
The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Tradeau is pretty famous all over the world for his charming looks and cool working style as well.
At present, the Canadian Prime Minister is visiting India with his family. On Wednesday, Justin and his family visited the Holy Golden Temple in Amritsar where he and his family was in completely Punjabi attire. He took part in seva (service) and made chapattis in the kitchen for the people who were having langar there.
Celebrity chief Vikas Khanna loved it and expressed his happiness over his social media account that wrote, “Teaching the beloved Trudeau family to roll Breads at The Holi Golden Temple. The same place where I learnt to cook.”
— Vikas Khanna (@TheVikasKhanna) February 21, 2018
Justin Trudeau also expressed his thoughts which he wrote in the visitor’s book of the temple. He wrote, “what an honour to be so well received at such a beautiful, meaningful place. We are filled with grace and humility.”
— ANI (@ANI) February 21, 2018
Here also Twiteratti noticed him and start commenting on the handwriting of the Canadian PM which they found too bad. Sometimes, Twitter trolls people pointlessly as we don’t really feel that there was any need to make such comments on the Canadian PM.
As the number of Sikhs is quite good in Canada, Punjab plays an important role in Justin’s visit. If you remember, Justin even apologized for the Komagata Maru incident in the Canadian parliament 2 years ago.
The Komagata Maru which travelled from Hoong Kong to Vancouver. The ship was then forced to return to India which was under British rule at that time.