Indian Student's Death In Canada: Family Seeks Help To Bring Back Body Of Chirag, Consulate In Touch With Authorities

(MENAFN- Live Mint) "The family of Chirag Antil, an Indian student who was shot dead in Canada on April 12, has sought the Indian government's help to bring back his body. Antil, 24, hailing from Haryana, was shot dead in his car in Vancouver, British Columbia, on April 12.
His brother Romit spoke to Chirag, who had parked his car and was to go out with his friends. A few hours later, the family got the information that he was shot dead.24-year-old Indian student from Haryana shot dead in car in Canada's Vancouver\"I spoke to him hours before the murder. He was happy... He had no enmity with anyone. We want justice, we want to know why he was shot dead,\" Romit said to Romit, the family received the information via phone calls and an e-mail from the Canadian police about Chirag's death Canadian Police said they were investigating the matter students' death in US 'multicausal', govt cites community issues“We spoke to Chirag's friend in Canada. He said they were not told anything by the police yet,” Romit added relative of Chirag told PTI
the family wants the body of the deceased to be flown back to India.\"We are shocked. We want the body to be brought home as soon as possible. Our embassy there and the Government of India should help us to bring the body back,\" the relative said Indian Consulate in Vancouver posted on X it was in touch with Canadian authorities for obtaining more informationThe Vancouver Police Department said in a statement officers were called to the scene around 11 pm on April 12 after residents heard the sound of gunshots student Arfath, found dead in US, took ₹43 lakh education loan
No arrests have been made and the investigation is on, police said incident happened near his apartment on the intersection of East 55th Avenue and Main Street, Vancouver, around 11 pm, Romit told The Indian Express Chirag AntilChirag, who had gone to Canada in 2022,
had completed his MBA recently. He was on a work visa in a manpower security agency.


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