10 Jun 2023

Canada Government Relents, Gave Big Relief To Indian Students

The Government of Canada has given big relief to 700 students of India. Due to the efforts of the Indian Embassy and the foreign policy, the Canada gave relief to the students. The Canadian government has put on hold the deportation proceedings initiated against Lovepreet Singh till further notice. 

Protests began in Toronto on June 5, after Canadian authorities began the process of deporting Lovepreet Singh from the country. Lovepreet Singh is originally a resident of Chatmala village of SS Nagar, Punjab.

Had earlier been asked to leave the country

Earlier, the Canadian Border Services Agency had directed Lovepreet Singh to leave the country by June 13. According to a report, the Canadian authorities had found that the offer letter on the basis of which Lovepreet Singh had entered Canada six years ago on a study permit was fake. Singh was among the 700 Indian students in trouble who were served deportation notices by Canadian authorities over forged documents.

AAP supported the students

Aam Aadmi Party MP Vikramjit Singh Sahni said that the Canadian government has decided to stay the deportation of 700 Indian students. Sahni is also the International President of World Punjabi Organization. He said that the Government of Canada took this decision after his request and with the cooperation of the Indian High Commission. 

'Students themselves are victims of fraud'

Vikram Sahni said that 'we have written to them and we have explained to them that these students have not committed any forgery or fraud. They themselves are victims of fraud. Because some unauthorized agents have issued fake admit cards and payment receipts. Visas were also given without any scrutiny. 

Sahni said when the children reached there, the immigration department also allowed them to go in. Around 700 students, mostly from Punjab, were facing deportation from Canada due to fake documents.

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