Indians In Canada: The advisory states, the Ministry of External Affairs and the High Commission of India have taken up this issue with the Government of Canada, seeking action against the recent incidents that have happened there, but those who are responsible for these incidents. No action has been taken on him yet, nor has he been caught.
Indian Students in Canada: Advisory has been issued for the citizens of India and students in Canada. The Ministry of External Affairs said on Friday that there has been a sharp increase in incidents related to hate crimes, racial violence and anti-India activities in Canada, so Indian citizens and students living there are advised to be alert and attentive. .
The advisory said, the Ministry of External Affairs and the Indian High Commission have taken up this issue with the Government of Canada and have sought action against the recent incidents that have happened there, but those responsible for these incidents are still to be blamed. No action has been taken nor has he been caught.
‘Stay alert and alert’
“In view of the increasing cases of such crimes, Indian citizens, students and those going for travel/education in Canada are advised to remain alert and vigilant,” the ministry said.
The advisory states that Indian citizens and students in Canada must visit the High Commission of India in Ottawa or the Consulate General of Toronto and Vancouver on the respective website or ‘ You can register on MADAD portal (MADAD portal madad.gov.in.). It said that by getting the registration done, it would be easier for the High Commission and the Consulate General to better contact Indian citizens in Canada in case of any need or emergency.
India’s sharp reaction to the so-called Khalistani referendum
A day earlier, India reacted sharply to the so-called Khalistani referendum in Canada, saying it was “highly objectionable” that radical and extremist elements in a friendly country were allowed such politically motivated activities. Went. Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi had said that India has taken up the matter with the Canadian administration through diplomatic channels and will continue to take up the issue with Canada.