Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his delegation are expected to depart from Delhi on Tuesday afternoon as the technical issue with his aircraft has been resolved. Earlier, owing to a number of technical glitches, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's departure from the national capital got delayed.
As per reports, a ferry plane was expected to arrive to fly him back. Canada on Monday said the earliest possible departure from the national capital is Tuesday late afternoon.
Justin Trudeau, who arrived in the national capital on Friday to attend the 18th G20 Summit, was to return on Sunday. However, his departure has been delayed due to technical issues in the aircraft.
Canada's CTV News reported that the prime minister and his delegation are stranded in Delhi due to a technical issue with the aircraft and that they are likely to depart on Tuesday morning.
"Upon our departure for the airport, we were made aware by the Canadian Armed Forces that CFC001 was experiencing technical issues," the channel quoted the statement from the prime minister's office as saying.
"These issues are not fixable overnight, our delegation will be staying in India until alternate arrangements are made," CTV News channel had said on Sunday quoting a statement from Trudeau's office.