US Canada Human Smuggling: On January 19, US officials in the state of Minnesota near the US-Canada border detained a group of people who were entering the US illegally and four of them were killed by a severe cold. Has been.
According to information received from sources, the Manitoba Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said that on Wednesday the bodies of four people – two adults, a juvenile and an infant – near the US/Canada border near the Emerson area in south central Manitoba. Found on the Canadian side. It is believed that the family was Gujarati and they died due to extreme cold.
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All Indian citizens who are illegal infiltrators are being told. The postmortem of all the killed victims will be done on January 24. At the same time, the US has detained all seven people on the basis of allegations of crossing the border illegally. One of which includes a US citizen.
The detained US citizen is accused of helping to illegally smuggle US immigrants from Canada to the US. However, due to severe cold, all the people have been admitted to the hospital now and they are undergoing treatment.
Indian high officials in Canada and America present at the scene
The administration, which came into action after this accident, sent a team to Manitoba by the Indian Embassy in Canada. Which is coordinating with the local authorities and is also in constant touch with the local authorities to provide any kind of consular assistance to the deceased and their families.
At the same time, the Embassy of India in Chicago has immediately sent a consular team to Minneapolis which is in touch with the US authorities in this matter and is trying to provide consular level assistance to the arrested Indians. Indian Embassy officials in Washington are also in constant contact with the US Department of Justice and US Customs and Border Police and are asking to continue all possible assistance to all detained citizens.
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