Canada Temporarily Suspends Deportation of 700 Indian Students

The Canadian government has temporarily halted the deportation of 700 Indian students. This decision comes in response to a request from Aam Aadmi Party MP Vikramjit Singh Sahney, who is also the International President of the World Punjabi Organization.

The students were facing deportation due to fake admission letters and receipts of payments issued by unauthorized agents. The visas were also applied for without any checking.

When the students arrived in Canada, the immigration department allowed them to enter. Sahney stated, “The students have done no mistake. They are also victims of fraud.”

Sahney also announced that an investigation committee would be formed to look into the matter. Punjab NRI Affairs Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal has written letters to the Indian High Commissioner to Canada Sanjay Kumar Verma and Canada High Commissioner to India Cameron Mackay to resolve the issue.

Dhaliwal stated, “Your kind attention is invited towards the impending deportation of more than 700 students from Canada due to fake acceptance letters of the Canadian Colleges.”

Dhaliwal has requested the intervention of the Ministry of External Affairs and the Canadian government to prevent the deportation of these students. He also demanded that the students should not be deported and given work permits considering their visas.

He further requested Home Minister Amit Shah to cooperate with the Punjab Government to punish the travel agents who cheated the students.

This case highlights the need for stricter laws to prevent incidents of human trafficking and the importance of verifying the details of the college and the record of the travel agent before going abroad for studies.

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