In light of a "sharp spike in cases of hate crimes, sectarian violence, and anti-India activities" in the nation, the Centre on friday issued a warning advising indian nationals in canada to exercise reasonable caution and maintain vigilance. The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA), which issued the warning, also stated that it and the High Commission and Consulates General in canada had "taken up these events with the Canadian authorities and demanded that they investigate the alleged offences and take suitable action."

The MEA continued, "These crimes' perpetrators have not yet been brought to justice in Canada." In light of the rising frequency of the aforementioned offences, it was urged that "Indian nationals and students from india in canada as well as those proceeding to canada for travel or education exercise due caution and remain attentive."

Additionally, it stated that indian citizens and students studying in canada might register with the indian High Commission in Ottawa, indian Consulates General in Toronto and Vancouver, or the MADAD portal at The recommendation further stated that registration will help the High Commission and Consulates General communicate with indian residents living in canada more effectively in case of emergency or need.

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