Canadian PM was due to return home on Sunday after G20 summit in Delhi but a mechanical fault kept him in India overnight.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had to extend his stay in India after the G20 summit in New Delhi due to a plane breakdown, Canadian authorities confirmed on Sunday.
The aircraft “encountered technical difficulties” that “could not be resolved overnight”, according to a statement from Mr. Trudeau’s office.
“Our delegation will remain in India until alternative arrangements can be made”.
The aircraft is believed to be an Airbus, according to Canadian broadcaster CTV, which claims that this is “not the first time” it has encountered problems.