UDAIPUR: The relations of a person from Kherwada area in Udaipur who died in Russia in July this yr have continued their protest in entrance of the Russian embassy for the fifth consecutive day.
Hitendra Garasia (46), a resident of Kherwara in Udaipur district, had gone to Russia for work and was reportedly discovered useless in July. The relations have been demanding to return Garasia’s physique for cremation in India.
In response to Charmesh Sharma, Congress celebration’s incharge of immigration help, within the newest improvement, preserving in view the protest through the go to of Russian President Vladimir Putin to the nationwide capital on December 6, the Russian embassy from Moscow has despatched an official letter to the household after 141 days.
Within the letter from Roman Babushkin, councillor minister and deputy chief of the Mission of Russian Authorities to Asha Devi, spouse of Hitendra, the Embassy of Russian Federation has expressed deep condolences to the household over the dying of Hitendra Garasiya. It additionally said that the matter is beneath the jurisdiction of the embassy of India in Moscow and the Russian Authorities has no objection on this difficulty. The household can get in contact with the Indian embassy for the needful and the physique can be returned. We sincerely hope that the issue can be resolved on the earliest, said the letter.
The relations had stated that if their calls for weren’t met, they’d stage a protest on December 6 through the Russian President’s go to to Delhi.
The spouse of the deceased and his two teenaged kids had threatened to self-immolate if their calls for should not met. Earlier, the Russian companies had refused to ship the physique to India and had requested the household to come back to Russia and carry out a burial as a substitute of cremation.

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