DELHI – Authorities in India have arrested dozens in relation to CRA phone scams after Canada threatened to return Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the country for another official visit.
Global Affairs said that they were prepared to send the PM on a two-week holiday to the South Asian nation wearing flashy traditional garbs where he would demonstrate how “in touch he was with Indian culture” unless the Modi government addressed the fraudulent activities based in his country.
According to sources, India’s Parliament, Taj Mahal, and other sites of interest would once again be paralyzed by the Canadian leader’s photo opportunities as cringing locals would plead for it to stop.
“All options were on the table, including shirtless yoga along the Ganges,” said Canada’s Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland. “That’s when the Indian police promptly swooped in to address these fraudulent phone calls.”
The two countries said that they were glad the dispute was resolved diplomatically though India criticized Canada’s heavy-handed tactics.
“Nuclear confrontation with Pakistan is one thing, but we will never again repeat the mistake of allowing Justin to do the bhangra,” said India’s Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj.