Are you in Canada? What to do if a victim of hate crime happened…MEA told

What to do if you become a victim of Hate Crime in Canada? The Ministry of External Affairs has created the MADAD portal for you. You register on madad.gov.in.

MEA’s help portal for Indians in Canada (file photo)

Image Credit source: PTI

Incidents of violence against Indians have increased rapidly in Canada these days. Indians are becoming victims of Hate Crime and racist crime there. The question is how to avoid it? What to do if something like this happens to you? The Ministry of External Affairs has told about this. MADAD Portal has been created for all Indian citizens living abroad and especially for Indian students studying abroad. If you are in Canada or have someone of your own Canada If yes, then read this news and register on this portal.

help portal address madad.gov.in Is. How to register on it? How will this help you? Its complete information is given step wise in this article.

How to Register on MADAD Portal?

  • Visit the MADAD portal madad.gov.in.
  • On the home page itself, you will find two different links- Grievant Registration and Registration of Indian Students Abroad.
  • If you want to register a complaint then go directly to the Crivant Registration. If you are already registering for your security Indian students link Go to
  • Register by filling all the required information asked.
  • After registering, an activation link will be sent to your email id and an OTP on the mobile number. Activate your account through it.

How to get help?

The Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has said that Indian citizens and students in Canada can register with the High Commission of India in Ottawa or the Consulate General in Toronto and Vancouver on the respective website or MADAD portal. It has been told that by registering, the High Commission and Consulate General can better contact Indian citizens in Canada in case of any need or emergency and necessary help can be provided to them.

A day earlier, India had reacted sharply to the so-called Khalistani referendum in Canada, saying it was highly objectionable that radical and extremist elements in a friendly country were allowed such politically motivated activities.

A day earlier, India had reacted sharply to the so-called Khalistani referendum in Canada, saying it was highly objectionable that radical and extremist elements in a friendly country were allowed such politically motivated activities.

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Arindam Bagchi had said that India has taken up the matter with the Canadian administration through diplomatic channels and will continue to take up the issue with Canada.

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