A recent case of 4 missing persons of Nigerian nationality came to light last Sunday. The news came after local persons assaulted four Nigerian persons near Greater Noida’s Pari Chowk and Nigerian students missing since the incident. The residents attacked the Nigerians after a Class 12 student died of an overdose of drugs. The five Nigerians who were living in the neighborhood of the boy booked for his death. The Nigerians were detained for supplying drugs to the boy and later released.
After the incident, local people assaulted five Nigerians and had gone missing since the incident. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has talked to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and has assured impartial investigations for the missing Nigerian peoples.
Swaraj said in a series of her tweets, “I have spoken to Yogi Adityanath Ji Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh about the attack on African students in Greater Noida. He has assured that there will be a fair and impartial investigation into this unfortunate incident.”
“I have asked for a report from Government of Uttar Pradesh about the reported attack on African students in Noida,” Swaraj tweeted. Yogi Adityanath to have assured impartial investigations for the missing African Students.
As many as five people arrested for this case. The Nigerians living in the Greater Noida area were asked to vacate the areas with around more than 1000 residents. The Nigerians lived a rented house and were suspected to be involved in drug supply activities. The locals beat the Nigerians, and after the incident, five local people were arrested, and further investigations have started.