Threatening calls to Indians living in Canada have increased. The Indian embassy here has expressed concern over their safety
threats calls for Indians : Threatening calls to Indians living in Canada have increased. The Indian embassy here has expressed concern over their safety. The English media reported that they had received several threats after announcing their support for the Indian government in repealing agricultural laws. Indians have expressed concern that phone calls and e-mails are being sent to Indian students, employees and traders warning them of rape and violence, which could damage their businesses.
Khalistanis are reported to be a serious threat to Indian society across the country. The National Alliance of Indo-Canadians (NAIC) recently wrote a letter to Canadian Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Response Bill Blair. The NAIC said in the letter that Canadian Hindus and moderate Sikhs in the country should be provided security in the wake of Khalistani threats. The NAIC explained in its letter that they had threatened to damage the businesses of Indians here as well.
Especially among expatriate Indians living in areas like Greater Toronto, Vancouver, Metro Vancouver, Calgary, there is panic. Indian High Commissioner to Canada Ajay Basaria said that Canadian Indians who have received threats in this regard should immediately report the matter to the local police.
This was confirmed by NAIC President Dr Azad Kaushik. Azad immediately called on the Canadian government to provide security. Aware of this, the Government of India wrote a letter to Indian Diaspora leaders and community leaders on the threats facing the Indian community in Canada. Indian Ambassador to Canada Ajay Bisaria also e-mailed the Canadian government on the 15th of this month.
Read Also⁇. Investigation into the vandalism at the Red Fort is in full swing. A key accused in the custody of the Delhi Police