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Toronto: Indian student attacked with knife, Jaishankar asks foreign ministry to help

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Fri, 24 Jan 2020 09:36 PM IST

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar (file photograph)
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Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has requested officers of the Ministry of External Affairs to prepare for a visa for the household of an Indian student injured within the Toronto assault. According to media stories, a 23-year-old Indian student was attacked with a knife in Toronto on Thursday.

External Affairs Minister Jaishankar mentioned in his tweet, “I am very shocked by the information about the serious attack on Rachel Albert, an Indian student in Toronto, Canada.” Foreign Ministry officers have been requested to prepare visas for his household. Family members can contact instantly on +91 9873983884.

Explain that the uncle of the Indian student tagged Jaishankar and requested for help on Twitter. Ronald, the lady’s uncle, wrote, “My niece Rachel went to Canada to research. He was stabbed and hospitalized… Please help him.

He additionally offered a hyperlink to the native media report. Soon after, Foreign Minister S.Okay. Jaishankar requested the Foreign Ministry officers to instantly prepare a visa for the household of an Indian student injured within the Toronto assault.

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Sushma Swaraj, who was the External Affairs Minister in the course of the first time period of Modi authorities, additionally used to help the Indians in bother on a tweet. Throughout her tenure, she was very a lot recognized for serving to Indians world wide.

Once Sushma even mentioned that in case you are caught on Mars too, then Indian Embassy will help you there.

Foreign Minister S Jaishankar has requested officers of the Ministry of External Affairs to prepare for a visa for the household of an Indian student injured within the Toronto assault. According to media stories, a 23-year-old Indian student was attacked with a knife in Toronto on Thursday.

External Affairs Minister Jaishankar mentioned in his tweet, “I am very shocked by the information about the serious attack on Rachel Albert, an Indian student in Toronto, Canada.” Foreign Ministry officers have been requested to prepare visas for his household. Family members can contact instantly on +91 9873983884.

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Explain that the uncle of the Indian student tagged Jaishankar and requested for help on Twitter. Ronald, the lady’s uncle, wrote, “My niece Rachel went to Canada to research. He was stabbed and hospitalized… Please help him.

He additionally offered a hyperlink to the native media report. Soon after, Foreign Minister S.Okay. Jaishankar requested the Foreign Ministry officers to instantly prepare a visa for the household of the Indian student injured within the Toronto assault.

Sushma Swaraj, who was the External Affairs Minister in the course of the first time period of Modi authorities, additionally used to help the Indians in bother on a tweet. Throughout her tenure, she was very a lot recognized for serving to Indians world wide.

Once Sushma even mentioned that in case you are caught on Mars too, then Indian Embassy will help you there.

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