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African nationals attacked: Sushma speaks to Rajnath, assures swift action

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New Delhi : Amid the emerging cases of attacks on African nationals in the country, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj spoke to Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung yesterday and was assured of swift justice to the guilty.
“I have spoken to Shri Raj Nath Singh ji and Lt Governor Delhi reg attack on African nationals in South Delhi yesterday. They assured me that the culprits will be arrested soon,” Swaraj tweeted.

She also said that a sensitization campaign will soon be launched in areas where African nationals reside.

Earlier today, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) announced that it would arrange the transportation of Masunda Oliver, the African national who was brutally killed in the national capital, back to his home to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

“In the unfortunate death of Mr. Masunda Oliver, the Government will assist his family to travel to India to receive his mortal remains. We will also arrange for his mortal remains to be transported to DR Congo at our expense,” Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) official spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has announced that it would arrange the transportation of African national Masunda Oliver, who was brutally killed in the national capital, back to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

“In the unfortunate death of Mr. Masunda Oliver, the Government will assist his family to travel to India to receive his mortal remains. We will also arrange for his mortal remains to be transported to DR Congo at our expense,” Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) official spokesperson Vikas Swarup tweeted.

Meanwhile, four more isolated cases of alleged attacks on African nationals have emerged from the national capital.

The Delhi Police said that all the four isolated incidents of alleged attacks happened last Thursday in Mehrauli area.

Following the death of the Congolese student, the government kicked into action while assuring that they were committed to the security of national nationals in the country. (ANI)

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