Urges the ministry to work with the Canadian excessive commissioner and the Canadian govt to successfully deal with this menace
Also seeks establishing of a fee to assess the size of fraud marriage disaster in India
PATIALA/DELHI: Member Parliament from Patiala, Preneet Kaur at this time wrote to the Minister of External Affairs S Jaishankar, elevating the difficulty of the rising quantity of cases of contract marriage fraud for the aim of getting Canadian PR and urged the exterior affairs ministry to work intently with the Canadian High Commissioner and the Canadian Government to clear up this marriage fraud disaster.
In her letter to the External Affairs Minister, she additionally sought establishing a Commission to assess the size of the fraud marriage disaster in India and analyse the quantity of cases and quantity of fraud. Preneet Kaur has additionally urged the ministry to develop a way to examine such cases and really useful establishing a mechanism to deport folks defrauding harmless residents below the rip-off of faux marriage to redress the injustice encountered by victims.
Underlining her concern in the direction of the imploding disaster, particularly within the wake of prevailing financial situation which is forcing folks to relocate to international lands to search training or employment or to be with their households, the Patiala MP in her letter identified that the “attract of attaining a everlasting residence in Canada has facilitated a couple of grasping folks to take benefit of harmless Indian residents and fraud them of giant quantities of cash via contract marriages and marriage fraud.”
This has led to substantial monetary losses for a lot of households leading to despair and melancholy, even compelling folks to commit suicide in some cases, she additional identified.