The Fact News Service
New Delhi, September 22
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, during his visit to India for the G20 Summit, refused to stay at the presidential suite, and stayed at a regular room in the same hotel, informed sources.
Notably, presidential suites are specially designed by Indian security agencies as per security protocols.
Trudeau stayed at the Lalit Hotel in the national capital during his stay for the G20 Summit.
However, despite being offered a presidential suite, his delegation refused to stay there and instead stayed at a regular room in the same hotel, sources said.
Every global leader who had come to India for the G20 was provided VVIP hotels with the presidential suite, with complete security protocols.
According to sources, Trudeau’s delegation told Indian security agencies that this decision is being taken due to cost considerations. However, the Indian agencies have said that there is no information about the exact reason behind Trudeau’s staying in a normal room.