A 21-year old indian student He was killed after being shot by several bullets at the entrance of subway station in Toronto Canada city While he was on for him way to work according to the police in Toronto.
The victim, Kartik Vasudev, was shot on Thursday evening at the Glen Road entrance to TTC Sherborne Station in Saint James Town.
Vasudev received medical attention from A off-duty The Toronto Police Department said the paramedic was taken to hospital, where he died during treatment in Declaration.
killing squad of Toronto Police Department has taken over Investigation.
the investigators like To speak to any witnesses in The area At that time, in addition to any drivers or companies that have camera The police said.
Saddened by this tragic accident. My sincere condolences to family. https://t.co/guG7xMwEMt
– Dr. S. Jaishankar (@DrSJaishankar) April 8, 2022
“We are shocked and saddened killing of Indian student Kartik Vasudev in shooting incident in Toronto yesterday “Consulate General of india books in Declaration posted on Twitter on Friday.
“we in touch. Contact. Link with The family It will save everything possible help in Early return home of deadly remains,” He Said.
External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar expressed his grief over killing.
“Sad at this tragic accident. My sincerest condolences to familyJaishankar tweeted.
Vasodev brother CP24 said news Kan channel student at Seneca College and was riding the subway to his job when he was murdered.
he arrived in Canada in January.
Seneca College said Vasudev was enrolled in Marketing management program.
Seneca community sad to hear that of tragic death of Kartik Vasudev, A first-Semester Marketing Management student said the speaker” in Declaration.
“Our thoughts with Mr. Vasudev family, friends and classmates. Counseling support He is made available For students and staff. The police said the suspect in Shooting a black man standing five feet-six to five feet seven inches with mediator build.
It was last He was seen carrying a gun walking south on Glen Road toward Howard Street, according to news Channel.