- The Canadian government has postponed the deportation of 700 Indian students.
- The decision was made after a request from the Indian High Commission and the Aam Aadhi Party MP Vikramjit Singh Sahni.
- The students have said that they were victims of fraud and that they did not knowingly use fake documents to obtain visas.
News Patiala: The Canadian government is still investigating the matter and will make a final decision on the students’ cases in due course.
The Canadian government has postponed the deportation of 700 Indian students who were facing deportation due to fake admission letters. The decision was made after a request from the Indian High Commission and the Aam Aadmi Party MP Vikramjit Singh Sahni.
Sahni said that the students are innocent victims of fraud and that they have been cheated by a gang of fraudsters. He said that the students have not committed any forgery or fraud and that they have been issued visas without any checks.
The Punjab NRI Affairs Minister Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal has also written to the Indian High Commissioner in Canada and the Canadian High Commissioner in India, asking them to resolve the issue.
The Canadian government has said that it is committed to finding a fair resolution for the students and that it will work with the Indian government to do so.
The Indian government has said that it is committed to working with the Canadian government to resolve the issue of the students who were using fake admission letters. The government has also said that it will take steps to prevent such fraud from happening in the future.
The deportation of the students was a controversial issue in India. Many people felt that the students were being unfairly punished for the actions of others. The Indian government’s decision to postpone the deportations is a welcome relief for the students and their families.