Advisory of the Ministry of External Affairs for NRI people: Instruction- Victims of Indian crimes in Canada, be alert, keep in touch with the embassy

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The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has issued an advisory after cases of violence against Indians, especially Sikhs, came to light in Canada. The Foreign Ministry has also asked the Canadian High Commission to take up these incidents with the Canadian authorities and get them properly investigated.

In the advisory issued by the Ministry of External Affairs, it has been written that there has been a sharp increase in the incidents of hate crimes, sectarian violence and anti-India activities in Canada. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the High Commission and Consulate in Canada have taken up these incidents with the Canadian authorities.

He has requested to investigate the crimes and take appropriate action. It has been clearly stated in the advisory that in Canada, the accused of these incidents have not yet been brought to the court of law.

Advisory issued by the Ministry of External Affairs.

Students going to Canada be careful

In view of the increasing incidence of crimes, Indian citizens and students of India in Canada or tourists and students going to Canada in future have been asked to be alert. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has advised that students and tourists in Canada should take due precautions and remain vigilant.

Stay in touch with the Embassy through the website

Indian citizens and students in Canada can visit their respective websites or portals http://madad.gov.in You can also register yourself through the High Commission of India in Ottawa or the Embassy of India in Toronto and Vancouver. This registration will help the High Commission and Embassy to better connect with Indian citizens in Canada in case of any need or emergency.

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