Thetimesofcapital/28/01/2022 US-Canada Border Dead Indian Identified: Identity of Indian Patel Parivar dead at US-Canada border
RCMP Chief Superintendent Rob Hill Criminal Operations Officer by the Manitoba Royal Canadian Mounted Police identifying four Indian nationals killed while crossing the Canada-US border on Thursday in Winnipeg Manitoba.
The identity of the Indian family who died on the US-Canada border has been given by an officer collectively.
Canadian officials have said he was taken to the border in what was described in a case as human trafficking.
Identifier stated that:– Janak Jagdishkumar Patel, Vaishaliben Jagdishkumar Patel, 37, Vihangi Jagdishkumar Patel 11 and Dharmik Jagdishkumar Patel all belong to the same family. Mounted by Mamoba Royal.
According to the information received earlier, the officials had said that the family consists of an adult male adult female adolescent male and infant. But later it is revealed that the family of the slain includes a young girl and not a teenage male.
According to the information, it comes to the fore that there is a case of human trafficking of the said family as there was no abandoned vehicle located on the Canadian border. The family was taken to the border and then left It is to be considered why this family reached this far.
The RCMP said that the Patel family had been traveling in Canada for some time and the Patel family had met such a person and it is being speculated that he may have done such a thing and we are looking for such person.
We are also finding that a criminal complaint was filed last week in the US District Court for the District of Minnesota against a 47-year-old US citizen, Steve Shand, who has been charged with human trafficking.