Five Indian students were eliminated in a roadway accident in Canada after the traveler van they were travelling in rammed a tractor-trailer on the Ontario highway on Saturday, Indian High Commissioner to Canada Ajay Bisaria stated on Monday.
Requiring to Twitter, the Indian agent expressed his condolences to the family members of the trainees and also stated the Indian embassy in Toronto is giving all possible assistance to the good friends of the sufferers.
“Heart-breaking disaster in Canada: 5 Indian pupils passed away in an automobile mishap near Toronto on Saturday. 2 others in the health center. Inmost acknowledgements to the family members of the sufferers. @IndiainToronto group in contact with pals of the sufferers for aid,” Mr Bisaria tweeted.
Heart-breaking tragedy in Canada: 5 Indians students passed away in an auto accident near Toronto on Saturday. Two others in hospital. Deepest condolences to the families of the victims. @IndiainToronto team in touch with friends of the victims for assistance. @MEAIndia
— Ajay Bisaria (@Ajaybis) March 14, 2022
External Affairs Preacher S Jaishankar also condoled the death of the Indian pupils who were killed in the mishap.
“Deeply mourn the diing of 5 Indian trainees in Canada. Condolences to their families. Wish the recuperation of those hurt. @IndiainToronto will certainly supply all required assistance and help,” the preacher tweeted.
Deeply mourn the passing away of 5 Indian students in Canada. Condolences to their families. Pray for the recovery of those injured. @IndiainToronto will provide all necessary support and assistance. https://t.co/MAkMz0uwJ7
— Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) March 14, 2022
According to Quinte West Ontario Provincial Authorities (OPP), the students that were killed were identified as Harpreet Singh, Jaspinder Singh, Karanpal Singh, Mohit Chouhan, and also Pawan Kumar.
The authorities officials said they were all students in the Greater Toronto and Montreal areas.
An investigation right into the crash is underway, officials included.
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Last Updated: 14 March 2022