Indian Nationals In Kenya Advised To Exercise ‘Utmost Caution’

Indian Nationals In Kenya Suggested To Train ‘Utmost Warning’

Round 20,000 Indians are presently dwelling in Kenya.

Indians, Kenya, Violent Protests, Indian High Commission, Nairobi
Protesters scatter as Kenya police sprays water cannon at them throughout a protest over proposed tax hikes in a finance invoice in downtown Nairobi, Kenya Tuesday, June 25, 2024. (Picture- AP)

New Delhi: On Tuesday, the Indian Excessive Fee in Kenya suggested Indian nationals to train “utmost warning” because of the “tense” state of affairs ensuing from violent protests within the nation.

Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, together with different cities nationwide, skilled violent clashes and demonstrations following the Kenyan parliament’s passage of a controversial invoice proposing tax will increase.

“In view of the prevailing tense state of affairs, all Indians in Kenya are suggested to train utmost warning, limit non-essential motion and keep away from the areas affected by the protests and violence until the state of affairs clears up,” the Indian excessive fee mentioned in an advisory.

Round 20,000 Indians are presently dwelling in Kenya, in line with an official estimate.

(With PTI inputs)




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