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Canada Says Don’t Travel To Indian States Bordering Pak


'Landmine Threat': Canada Says Don't Travel To Indian States Bordering Pak

This advisory excludes travelling to or throughout the Union Territory of Ladakh.

Ottawa:

In what seems to be a weird journey advisory, Canada has suggested its residents to keep away from all journey to areas in states of Gujarat, Punjab and Rajasthan, which share a border with Pakistan because of the “presence of landmines” and “unpredictable safety scenario.”

“Keep away from all journey to areas inside 10 km of the border with Pakistan within the following states because of the unpredictable safety scenario and presence of landmines and unexploded ordnance: Gujarat, Punjab Rajasthan,” the advisory states.

The journey advisory put out by Canadian authorities on its web site which was final up to date on September 27, additionally asks its residents to train a excessive diploma of warning in India because of the “menace of terrorist assaults all through the nation.”

This advisory excludes travelling to or throughout the Union Territory of Ladakh.

It additionally urges folks to keep away from non-essential journey to Assam and Manipur “because of the danger of terrorism and insurgency.”

By the way, India had on September 23 issued an advisory for Indian nationals and college students in Canada to stay vigilant amid growing incidents of crimes and anti-India actions within the nation.

In an announcement, the Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) stated Indian missions in Canada have taken up these incidents with the Canadian authorities and requested them to probe these crimes.

“There was a pointy improve in incidents of hate crimes, sectarian violence and anti-India actions in Canada. The Ministry of Exterior Affairs and our Excessive Fee/Consulates Basic in Canada have taken up these incidents with the Canadian authorities and requested them to analyze the stated crimes and take applicable motion,” the MEA stated in an announcement.

The assertion additionally harassed that “the perpetrators of those crimes haven’t been delivered to justice to date in Canada.”

“In view of the growing incidences of crimes as described above, Indian nationals and college students from India in Canada and people continuing to Canada for journey/training are suggested to train due warning and stay vigilant,” the assertion added.

The advisory additionally stated Indian nationals and college students from India in Canada may additionally register with the Excessive Fee of India in Ottawa or the Consulates Basic of India in Toronto and Vancouver via their respective web sites, or the MADAD portal madad.gov.in.

“Registration would allow the Excessive Fee and the Consulates Basic to raised join with Indian residents in Canada within the occasion of any requirement or emergency,” the advisory stated.

This advisory after India termed the so-called Khalistan referendum performed by separatist teams as a “farcical train”.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by BoardingFlight employees and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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