“I appeal to fellow Indians. Next time you meet an African citizen, pl shake hand and say ‘India loves you’,” the minister tweeted.
Janta Dal (U) remarks on attacks on Africans comes in a wake between External Affairs Minister and delegation of African student in Delhi.
Sushma Swaraj said that her ministry will initiate programs aimed at sensitising locals about African students in areas where their numbers are high.
Mashal, whose both parents are doctors, had scored 91 per cent marks in her CBSE Class XII examination this year.
In a series of tweets on Sunday, Swaraj said she had spoken to Rajnath Singh and Delhi Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung to press for ensuring the safety of African nationals.
The six languages include- Bengali, Marathi, Gujarati, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu.
External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Vikas Swarup said government will assist the family of the Congolese youth Masunda Kitanda Oliver to come to India and to take his mortal remains.
Oliver was beaten to death last week in Vasant Kunj area following a brawl over hiring of an autorickshaw
Swaraj’s remark comes in wake of the brutal murder of a Congolese youth in South Delhi’s Vasant Kunj on May 20.
Maliwal wrote to Swaraj after she sought a report from the Lieutenant Governor on the alleged molestation of a Belgian national by an Ola cab driver on May 7 near C R Park.
The 64-year-old Union minister was admitted to AIIMS on April 25 after she complained of chest congestion and fever.
A senior doctor said her condition was stable. She was admitted to the old private ward of Pulmonary Medicine Department around 5 PM.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will visit Canada in June to strengthen bilateral economic and cultural ties between the two countries, India’s envoy said here.
“I have asked Indian Ambassador to ascertain all the facts and report. My heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family,” Swaraj tweeted.
Counter-terrorism capacity and smart alliances — not UN resolutions — can make India safe.