New Delhi: The family members of the deceased Congolese student Masonda Olivier, who was killed earlier this week, have arrived at MEA with the Congo ambassador.
The brother of Masonda Olivier said that they are disappointed about the security of African students in India.
We are disappointed about security in India for our students-Deceased African student Masunda Oliver's Brother pic.twitter.com/MtPUywrvTo
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"We are disappointed about security in India for our students.What happened to him can happen to any one of us, we're scared. Hope GoI will try to improve things for our safety," the deceased African student's brother said.
Masonda, a French language teacher was beaten to death by three intoxicated men after a verbal spat over hiring of an auto-rickshaw. The incident happened on Friday at around 11 pm near Kishangarh village of Vasant Kunj area.
The Congolese national had been living in Delhi for the past five years.
According to police, the vicitm was beaten by the attackers and he had injuries on his head and face.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who is personally monitoring the matter, has asked Minister of State for External Affairs General (Retd.) V.K. Singh to meet the Heads of Missions of African countries and assure them of the government's support for the safety and security of the African nationals.