Indo-Canadian folks in Canada are facing extortion calls, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) concerned.
In the complex world of global affairs, the Indian government is quite worried about something troubling: Indians in Canada receiving scary phone calls. Randhir Jaiswal, who speaks for the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), explained this concern in a recent talk with the media. The worry arises because there are ongoing investigations into cases where businesses owned by Indo-Canadian folks in Canada are facing threats for money.
Jaiswal also talked about recent incidents affecting the friendship between India and Canada. One of these incidents is an attack on a temple, which the Canadian police are looking into. Jaiswal pointed out that relations are getting worse because people are concerned about extremists, terrorists, and those who don’t like India in Canada.
Discussing the situation between India and China, Jaiswal mentioned that things are not normal between them. Both countries are having talks about problems in eastern Ladakh, involving both diplomacy and military discussions. Jaiswal stressed how important it is to talk and find solutions, mentioning talks that happened in October and November.
Additionally, Jaiswal strongly criticized the bombing in Iran’s Kerman. He expressed support for the people and government of Iran. The MEA spokesperson said that India stands with Iran and sent thoughts and prayers to those affected by the incident.