New Delhi. Foreign Minister S. Jayashankar, like former External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, has helped Indian students living abroad on just one tweet. Jaishankar directed the officials of the Ministry of External Affairs to arrange visas for the relatives of the Indian student injured in an attack in Toronto. A 23-year-old Indian student has been attacked with a knife on Thursday.
After this, the uncle of the student living in India tagged Jaishankar and requested for help on Twitter. He wrote that my niece Rachel Rachel had gone to Canada to study. He was stabbed with a knife and is hospitalized. Please help him The Foreign Minister immediately activated the Ministry of External Affairs on this. Jaishankar tweeted that I am very shocked by the information about the serious attack on Rachel Indian, an Indian student in Toronto, Canada. Foreign Ministry officials have been asked to arrange visas for Albert's relatives. Family members can contact immediately on 9873983884.