According to sources, Trudeau will not meet with Amarinder, who has publicly accused members of Trudeau's cabinet of being connected to the formation of Khalistan, a separate Sikh state movement.
However, officials in the Canadian Prime Minister's Office have said that no such meeting is planned.
"We have nothing planned with him (Amarinder) at this time," said a Canadian official.
The Punjab Chief Minister had made the comment on Sajjan since he felt that the Canadian Defence Minister was allegedly advocating for the formation of Khalistan.
However, Canada has repeatedly stated that it did not support any type of Sikh extremism.
"Trudeau has to find a way to nip this all in the bud", said Shuvaloy Majumdar, a senior fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute for Public Policy and former policy adviser to ex-foreign affairs minister of Canada John Baird.
"It is absolutely essential the government of Canada repudiate terror in all its forms. The vast majority of Canadian Sikhs are not involved in or supportive of the Khalistan movement, particularly the extremist end of it, he added. But Trudeau's tendency to appear at events where Khalistani leaders are also featured, whether intentional or otherwise, has not gone unnoticed, he warned.
The Canadian Government wants the trip to be about far more than the Sikh independence ties. With 1.3 million Indians living in Canada, the community is fast growing and influential both politically and economically in the country.
Trudeau will travel to India for a state visit from February 17 to 23.
The visit - which includes stopovers in Agra, Amritsar, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, and New Delhi - will provide an opportunity for Trudeau to connect with the Indian leaders in government and business, promote empowerment of women and girls, and strengthen Canada and India's close economic ties.
Trudeau will also participate in several business roundtables to promote further trade and investment between Canada and India, where Canada will work closely with Indian leaders to advance economic opportunities in both countries. (ANI)