On the event of the Navratras, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau provided his finest needs to the Hindu neighborhood. “Comfortable Navratri!” Justin Trudeau stated on his official X (previously Twitter) account. “I am sending my warmest needs to members of the Hindu neighborhood and all those that are celebrating this pageant,” he additional said.
“Navratri is without doubt one of the most essential and sacred festivals within the Hindu religion, commemorating the victory of the goddess Durga over the buffalo-headed demon Mahishasura and the triumph of fine over evil. Typically seen as a celebration of female vitality, it’s a time for family and friends to come back collectively and honour century-old traditions with prayers, joyous performances, particular meals, and fireworks,” Canadian PM’s official assertion reads.
Comfortable Navratri! I’m sending my warmest needs to members of the Hindu neighborhood and all those that are celebrating this pageant. https://t.co/ISCjvJqnKJ
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) October 15, 2023
Describing the pageant as an occassion to study concerning the tradition of Hindu communities and a chance to understand their contributions to Canada, PM Trudeau said: “For all Canadians, Navratri additionally presents a chance to study extra concerning the wealthy historical past and tradition of Hindu communities and to acknowledge their invaluable contributions to Canada’s social, cultural, and financial cloth. As we speak’s celebrations remind us that range is one in all Canada’s biggest strengths. On behalf of my household and the Authorities of Canada, I prolong my finest needs to everybody celebrating Navratri this yr.”
This comes after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau knowledgeable his nation’s parliament that his authorities has trigger to suspect that Indian operatives have been concerned within the execution of Khalistani terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. India dismissed the costs as “absurd” and “motivated.”
Hardeep Singh Nijjar, a chosen terrorist in India, was slain on June 18 close to a Gurdwara in Surrey, British Columbia.