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Aam Aadmi Party Leader’s Plea, Canadian Government Halts Deportation of 700 Indian Students

Punjab News: Vikramjit Singh Sahni, a member of the Aam Aadmi Party and the international president of the World Punjabi Organisation, asked the Canadian government to deport 700 Indian students. Vikramjit Singh Sawhney announced on Friday that the Canadian government had decided to temporarily halt the deportation of 700 students after agreeing to his appeal and that of the Indian High Commission. “We wrote to them and let them know that these pupils had not faked anything or defrauded anyone. They are the victims of fraud since some unlicensed agents have produced phoney payment receipts and admittance letters. When the kids arrived, the immigration officials also gave them permission to enter. said Vikram Sahni.

Committee to Probe Deception of 700 Indian Students Facing Deportation from Canada

The pupils haven’t made any mistakes, he claimed. Additionally, they have fallen prey to deception. Sahni also disclosed that a committee of inquiry will be established to look into the situation. In a letter sent on Friday, Punjab’s Minister of NRI Affairs Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal pleaded with India’s High Commissioner to Canada Sanjay Kumar Verma and Canada’s High Commissioner to India Cameron Mackay to find a solution to the problem of 700 students who could be expelled from Canada. Dhaliwal said in his letter, “Your kind attention is drawn to the imminent deportation of over 700 students from Canada due to fake acceptance letters from Canadian colleges,” the Punjab Information and Public Relations Department reported. It is important to note that these students are innocent and were taken advantage of by a group of fraudsters that consists of this travel agent, representatives of the Canadian Embassy in India, and other Canadian organisations. He also asked for his personal involvement in the situation.

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Plea to Prevent Deportation of 700 Indian Students in Canada

“I would appreciate it greatly if this situation was personally investigated. These students’ and their families’ futures are at risk. So that these students can “be saved from being deported,” according to the letter, you are urged to bring this up with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the appropriate Canadian government agencies. Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal, the minister of NRI affairs for Punjab, had earlier on June 7 urged the Centre to address the issue of 700 Indian students—mostly Punjabis—in Canada who were charged with visa fraud and were in danger of being deported. In a letter to the minister of external affairs, S. Jaishankar, Dhaliwal urged that the students not be expelled and be granted work permits in light of their visas. asked Punjab’s government to work with the Home Minister Amit Shah to penalise dishonest travel brokers. Dhaliwal stated, “I have also requested a meeting with the External Affairs Minister so that the entire situation can be discussed directly. may be brought to the Government of India’s attention. He added that the law needed to be strict in order to prevent future instances of human trafficking. Dhaliwal also urged residents of Punjab not to send their children to study overseas or travel for personal reasons. Check the college’s information and the background of the travel agent handling your case first.

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