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Narendra Modi in a meeting with 14 chief representatives of Australian Government appealed to them to cease the racist attack on Indian students. He urged the Australian government to find a permanent solution to the racist attack on the Indian students and to create a favorable atmosphere of trust and safety for them.

Australian High commissioner to India Mr. John Macarthy, Australian Indian Educational Chief Mr. Collins Wallters, and 14 chief representatives of Australian colleges and universities were a part of this meeting.

This committee had a meeting with Chief Minister earlier in Delhi discussing the concerns for the assaults and racist attack on the Indian students.

Chief Minister informed them 20% of the population of Indian students in Australia is Gujarati and the Gujarat Government is vigilant and in direct contact with the Gujarati population. He mentioned that Gujarati students are keen for pursuing the higher education in Australia and appealed to the committee to create a favorable atmosphere so that there is no resentment amongst the students.

Mr. John Macarthy and the committee headed by him informed Narendra Modi that Australian Government is determined to cease the racist attack and would ensuring that a conducive atmosphere prevails in Australia.

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