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Patel family’s nest shattered, shocking revelation in Canada US border death case

The death of 4 people at the Canada-US border is complicated. The couple from Dingucha village of Kalol in Gujarat is also missing. Baldev Patel’s family members went to Canada. There has been no contact of family members for the last 3 days. The matter has also been reported to the Foreign Ministry.

Currently there is no family member in the village

It is to be mentioned that a couple from Dingucha village of Gujarat is missing. He went to Canada 10 days ago. The son, daughter-in-law and 2 children went to Canada. They have not had any contact with him for the last 3 days. Currently there is no family member in the village. So there is an atmosphere of concern in the village. And no one is ready to talk about it.

A family of 4 Indians, including a child, was trapped in a blizzard

A shocking incident has taken place near Emerson on the US-Canada border, in which a family of four Indians, including a child, were trapped in a blizzard and died at freezing to minus 35 degrees Celsius. The Manitoba Royal Canadian Mounted Police released the information on Thursday.

A 13-year-old daughter and a 3-year-old son are also missing

Preliminary reports from sources said that the victim’s family was originally from Gujarat and they were members of the Patel family of Dingucha village in Kalol in Gandhinagar district of north Gujarat. For the last two months, Kalol has been living in 32, Green City Division-1 in Panchvati area. The deceased included a husband and wife and two children. 13-year-old daughter and a 3-year-old son. However, the incident is believed to be linked to human trafficking.

Names of the deceased:

Patel Jagdishbhai Baldevbhai (35)
Patel Vaishaliben Jagdishbhai (33)
Patel Vihangi Jagdishbhai (13)
Patel Dharmik Jagdishbhai (3)

A group of people who had crossed the border just before were detained by agents at the U.S. side of the border the day before the bodies were found, according to a Canadian police statement. This led to a search on both sides of the border. The bodies were found after a 4-hour search. External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar mourned the death of a family of four Indian nationals on the US-Canada border. And ordered Indian ambassadors to the US and Canada to take immediate action on the situation.

Authorities believe the Patel family was caught in a snowstorm when they were trying to infiltrate illegally. The Patel family of Dingucha village in Kalol taluka of Gandhinagar district has lost contact. Jagdish Patel and Vaishali Patel have gone to Canada with their two children. He had not been contacted for the last 2-3 days and had sought help from the External Affairs Ministry. However, it was not immediately clear if the bodies found at the Canada border belonged to the same family.

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