The way Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accused India of killing Sikh terrorist Hardeep Singh Nijjar. Since then this kind of uproar has started, due to which people from both sides have started falling prey to it. India has banned granting visas to Canadians. On the other hand, Indian students who wanted to study in Canada are now avoiding doing so. The reason for this is the tension created between the two countries.
According to the report of India Today, Sanskruti Dhamankar’s parents wanted to send her to Canada for medical studies. But after the way relations between India and Canada have deteriorated, culture has changed its plans. Sanskriti’s mother Amrita said that she does not want to face the conditions that students studying in Ukraine had to face after the war between Russia and Ukraine started. Thousands of Indian students from Ukraine had to return to the country.
Canceled plans to study in Canada
Amrita Dhamankar, a resident of Thane district of Maharashtra, said, ‘The reports we have seen in the last week are disturbing. We want a stable situation for children’s education, which is not visible in Canada at present. He said, ‘We have decided that she will go to Georgia to complete her MBBS. Whatever happened to Indian students studying in Ukraine, we do not want the same to happen to our daughter. Sanskriti is among those students who do not want to go to Canada.
Harish Mishra, director of Wingro EduNext, a consultant company that helps in studying abroad, said that 45 such students had come to us who wanted to go to Canada to study, but now they have changed their decision. He said, ‘I had 45 admission applications for Canada. All of them have said that they do not want to go to Canada now, so they should be given a refund. There is concern among parents about the safety of their children.
Harish told that his partner in Canada who was supposed to help these students has also stopped his work. In such circumstances, it seems that until the situation becomes normal, no one will want to go to Canada to study.