Manitoba’s Royal Canadian Mounted Police said they had identified the dead. Jagdish Baldevbhai Patel (39), Vaishaliben Jagdishkumar Patel (37), Vihangi Jagdish Kumar Patel (11), and Dharmik Jagdish Kumar Patel (3). These people were residents of the Dilgucha village of Gandhinagar, the capital of Gujarat.
Identification of the person who died at the US border
A family of 4 Indian nationals found dead near the US-Canada border identified. Canadian officials said the family had been in the country for some time and taken to the border in a car. Looks like a case of human trafficking.
they were all members of the same family
On January 19, the dead found near Emerson, Manitoba, about 12 meters from the Canada-US border. Officials had earlier said that the family consists of an adult male, adult female, juvenile male, and infant. Now the matter of having a teenage girl and a child has come to the fore among the dead. Canadian authorities confirmed the identities of the dead and on 26 January the post-mortem of the bodies completed.
The Consulate General of India is in touch with the family of the deceased
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) said in a statement on Thursday that the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner of Manitoba confirmed that the death caused by a cold. The High Commission of India in Ottawa, Canada, confirmed the identities of the deceased in a press release and said that their families informed of the incident. The Consulate General of India in Toronto is in touch with the family of the deceased and all commercial level assistance is being provided.