Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar answers questions from reporters during a press conference in Bangkok, Thailand, 17 August 2022. (The Canadian Press/AP-Sakchai Lalit)
the government of India warns Canadian citizens of a sharp rise in hate crimes, sectarian violence and insurgents.India activity.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of India issued a statement, The case claimed Canadian authorities and demanded an investigation.
It says the perpetrators of the crime have not been tried in Canada.
However, the statement did not provide details of the alleged crimes or where they occurred.
In view of the “increasing rate of crime”, Indian citizens and Canadian students are advised to exercise due caution and remain vigilant.
No one at Global Affairs Canada was immediately available to comment on the Indian government’s allegations.