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Former liberal lawmakers invited lenders to a private meeting with Trudeau, the court said.

Raj Grewal faces two trust breaches

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Liberal MP Raj Grewal rises in the House of Commons in Ottawa on Friday, June 3, 2016.
Liberal MP Large Grewar Is the House of Commons in Ottawa on Friday, June 3, 2016.Photo: Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press

Ottawa — A pair of Ontario businessmen Prior to being invited to a 2018 trip to India with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, he said he had lent $ 200,000 to former Liberal lawmaker Large Grewar, respectively.

Andy Duga, owner of the Brampton Tire Center, told a court in Ottawa today that he had known Grewar's family for a long time, and Grewar told him in the summer of 2017. Requested money. Pay off another loan.

Former liberal political staff told the court that Dhugga and businessman Yusuf Yenilmez also lent Grewal's money, but Grewal was invited to a private meeting. Earlier testified that it was included in. Trudeau, New Delhi.

Former MPs face two breach of trust, and MPs use his political office for his personal gain and he repays his major gambling debt. Claims to have provided access to the trip in exchange for the money used to do so.

Grewar was elected to represent the Liberal Party's Brampton East in 2015 and resigned from the caucuses three years later when gambling addiction became publicly apparent.

The former MP denied his misconduct and said he sought treatment for his gambling addiction when he resigned and paid off all his debts.

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