DELHI – Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi plans on reciprocating Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s efforts at embracing culture by dressing up as a Mountie and inviting a convicted terrorist the next time he visits Canada.
“I look forward to dressing myself and my family in large Stetson hats, a scarlet uniform, and yelling ‘yeehaw!’” said Modi at a press conference with Trudeau. “I will smile and pose for the cameras, and ride a horse through Parliament as per the Canadian tradition.”
Modi explained that he intends on donning plaid and a toque pretending he was a lumberjack cutting down a mighty redwood in a pristine Canadian forest.
“And, of course, I will dress up as a hockey player even though I plan on visiting in the middle of the summer,” added Modi. “That’s strange, eh?”
At that time, the press conference was temporarily interrupted when Trudeau attempted to demonstrate his bhangra, which only ended when members of the Indian media asked him to stop.
When questions resumed, Modi was asked if he will bring friend-of-a-friend and convicted FLQ collaborator Jacques Rose to his Indian delegation when he visits Canada.
“Absolutely. I heard from one of my cabinet ministers that Jacques has some real insight into Canada and some strong opinions about the direction of the country.”
According to sources, India will host a 3-day festival celebrating Trudeau’s departure the moment the Canadian leader’s plane leaves Indian airspace.