One theory why Times of India, goa times criticized Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau and his families fashion sense

While there is nothing wrong in wearing indian clothes, times of india and goa times were extremely harsh and unfair in criticizing Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, his family for the clothes they were wearing during their indian trip , saying that he should have worn western clothes of indian designers like former american first lady michelle obama, not indian clothes when he is visiting India with his family

This could be because CIA , indian security agencies are increasingly forcing indian citizens, especially women to wearn western clothes and women who wear indian clothes like salwar kameez, kurti are finding that they are increasingly denied the income and opportunities they deserved, only because of their clothes, they are not westernized enough
For example the indian, goan government,NTRo, R&AW,cbi, security agencies are falsely claiming that the google, tata sponsored fraud raw/cbi employees like sex workers slim goan bhandari sunaina chodan, siddhi mandrekar,gsb fraud riddhi nayak, ruchika king, deepika, asmita patel and others, who do not spend any money online, do not do any work online, are online experts, only because they are mostly wearing western clothes, like jeans, tshirts, shirts, skirts, pant suits.

In corporate india, especially in the tech sector, women who wear indian clothes are mocked as behenjis and are not considered for jobs . The security agencies want all educated indian women looking for jobs to wear western clothes, otherwise they falsely will label them as bangladeshi migrants, kamwali bais, defaming them . These powerful government employees want all indians especially women to feel ashamed of wearing indian clothes

So when Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau visited india and wore indian clothes , the powerful officials who are leading the drive of westernization of indian corporate world, corporate clothes and fashion, were upset, and ensured that the mainstream media ruthlessly criticized the canadian prime minister, though he was one of the youngest leaders of any major country to visit India.