MUST tell this news to protect your children and relatives living in Canada

New Delhi: There is a big news for Indians including Gujaratis living in Canada. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has issued an advisory. The advisory has been issued in response to the rising hate crimes against Indians in Canada. The Foreign Ministry said on Friday that there has been a sharp increase in incidents […]
 


MUST tell this news to protect your children and relatives living in Canada

New Delhi: There is a big news for Indians including Gujaratis living in Canada. The Indian Ministry of External Affairs has issued an advisory. The advisory has been issued in response to the rising hate crimes against Indians in Canada.

The Foreign Ministry said on Friday that there has been a sharp increase in incidents related to olfaction, ethnic violence and anti-India activities in Canada, so Indian citizens and students there have been advised to be cautious. According to a statement by the Ministry of External Affairs, in an advisory issued to Indian citizens and students in Canada, there has been a sharp increase in incidents related to hate crimes, ethnic violence and anti-India activities. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Canada and our High Commission and Consulate General in Canada have taken up these incidents with the administration there and requested them to investigate such crimes and take appropriate action.

Swaminarayan temple vandalized in Toronto, Canada Gaya Hindu temple was vandalized. Here, strangers damaged the temple walls and wrote anti-India slogans like Khalistan Zindabad.

It said such crimes have not yet been brought to justice in Canada. In view of the increasing cases of such crimes, Indian citizens and students residing in Canada and going there for travel/study are advised to remain vigilant, the ministry said in a statement. Indian citizens and students in Canada can register at the Indian Commission in Ottawa or the Consulate General in Toronto and Vancouver on the respective website or ‘MAD Portal’, the statement said.

It is highly objectionable to allow such activity,
It said that the registration would enable the High Commission and Consulate General to better communicate with Indian citizens in Canada in case of any need or emergency. A day earlier, India reacted sharply to the so-called Khalistan referendum in Canada, saying it was highly objectionable that such politically motivated activities were allowed to radical and extremist elements in a friendly country.

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi told reporters that India has taken up the matter with the Canadian administration through diplomatic channels and will continue to take up the issue with Canada. , He termed the so-called Khalistan referendum as a fake exercise. Bagchi said while Canada has spoken of respecting India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, it is highly objectionable that such politically motivated activities are being allowed to radical and extremist elements in a friendly country. According to a spokesperson, the Canadian government said it does not recognize the so-called referendum in its country.

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