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Indian High Commission In Canada Issues Advisory After Spurt in Drownings

At least two situations of Indian college students drowning have been reported since April.(Representational)

Ottawa, Canada:

Indian High Commission in Ottawa has issued an advisory urging Indian college students to take precautions throughout swimming after two tragic incidents in April this yr.

The advisory was posted on Twitter on Friday and acknowledged that the excessive fee was disturbed to see a latest spurt in instances of dying as a result of drowning of Indian college students in Canada.

The advisory additional urged Indian college students to “obey local laws and avoid swimming or diving in lakes or rivers without life vests and other statutory precautions. Those who do not know swimming should avoid trying their hand at learning it without proper supervision”.

“It has been noticed that at times, groups of students attempt water sports in an inebriated condition; this may result in accidents and fatalities,” it added.

It is “the responsibility of every student to avoid any dangerous activity which can cause loss of life and bring misery and suffering to their families,” the excessive fee stated.

At least two situations of Indian college students by chance drowning have been reported since April this yr.

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