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Indian Student Chirag Antil Shot Dead in Vancouver, Canada: Last Conversation with Brother Recalled

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Indian Student Chirag Antil Shot Dead in Vancouver, Canada: Last Conversation with Brother Recalled

A tragic incident has shaken the Indian community in Canada as 24-year-old student Chirag Antil was shot dead in Vancouver. The devastating news came shortly after Chirag had a cheerful conversation with his brother Romit, just 30 minutes before the fatal incident.

According to Romit, Chirag was in high spirits, preparing to join his friends for a party after completing his day’s work. However, the night took a dark turn when Chirag was found shot in his car in Vancouver city around 11 pm on Friday.

Romit, who is pursuing his Ph.D. in Sonipat, recalled the sequence of events leading to the tragedy. “Chirag had completed his day’s work and reached home. He had parked his car behind the place where he was staying with his friends. It might be around 10.30 pm when he spoke with me…He sounded very happy. A few hours later, we received the information that he was shot dead,” Romit shared with The Indian Express.

The shocking news left Chirag’s family and friends in disbelief. Despite their grief, they have faced challenges in arranging for Chirag’s repatriation to India. Romit expressed disappointment that neither the state government nor the central government has reached out to assist them in bringing Chirag’s body back home.

The lack of official support has prompted Chirag’s loved ones to take matters into their own hands. They have launched a fundraiser on GoFundMe, with a goal of Canadian dollars 40,000, to cover the costs of repatriation. The appeal highlights Chirag’s status as an international student from Haryana, India, who arrived in Vancouver in 2022 for his studies.

Meanwhile, the circumstances surrounding Chirag’s death remain under investigation by Canadian authorities. The incident occurred close to the route of Saturday’s Vaisakhi parade and festival, adding to the shock and concern within the community.

As of now, no arrests have been made in connection with Chirag’s murder. His family and friends are seeking justice while grappling with the loss of a promising young life. The fundraising efforts reflect not just the financial need but also the emotional toll of ensuring Chirag’s final journey home.

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