Case of death of four Indians on Canada-USA border: Even after weeks, the death could not be confirmed, bail to the agent who crossed the border. US-Canada border, 4 indian dead, Gujarat, American agent, India | Patrika News

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Published: January 25, 2022 11:06:13 pm

Ahmedabad. The official confirmation of the dead remains yet to be confirmed weeks later in the case of the death of four Indian nationals on the Canada-USA border on January 19, allegedly during an attempt to cross the border between minus 35 degrees Celsius. These deceased are said to be from Nava Dingucha (Dingucha) village of Kalol tehsil of Gandhinagar, Gujarat. However, Gandhinagar Collector Kuldeep Arya says that till Tuesday, no information has been received regarding the dead and the civilians caught in America.
On the other hand, agent Steve Shend, a resident of Florida, USA, who was caught along with seven other Indian people for illegally crossing the border of Indian citizens in this case, has got bail.
A Minnesota court in the US has granted conditional bail to Steve Schendt. Steve agrees to comply with the conditions, which include handing over all travel documents, assuring him not to leave his Florida home, and to appear in court and assist the police.
According to media reports, 11 people, including four members of the Patel family (Jagdish, Vaishali, Vihangi, Religious), resident of Dingucha village of Kalol tehsil of Gandhinagar, took Steve along to cross the Canada-USA border. These members are Gandhinagar, Mansa and Kalol in Gujarat.
The other seven people in media reports, Steve managed to cross the border by walking 11 kilometers between minus 35 degree temperature. But four members of Patel family of Dingucha village lost their way and got separated from them, the boarders could not do the bar. He died due to severe weather conditions.

Case of death of four Indians on Canada-USA border: Even after weeks, the dead could not be confirmed, the agent who crossed the border got bail

Canadian Police engaged in confirming the dead
On January 19, Canadian police are engaged in identifying the bodies of four Indian people, including a boy, found 12 meters inside Canada near the city of Emerson in the Canadian province of Manitoba on the US-Canada border. Canada’s Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said in a statement released on Monday that they are investigating in contact with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Monitoba. Constantly in touch with the staff of the Consul General of India. Our priority is to ensure the identity of the deceased and their families. Being the police, we cannot give any information about this until we are 100% satisfied about the identity of the dead and their families.
On January 20 itself, a team from the Office of the Consul General of India in Canada reached Winniebag in Canada to ascertain the identity of the dead and the process of bringing them back to India. Here the CID Crime of Gujarat Police is also engaged in verifying the identity and visa of the agent who got the Canadian tourist visa to the Patel family.

Case of death of four Indians on Canada-USA border: Even after weeks, the dead could not be confirmed, the agent who crossed the border got bail
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