Indians In Kenya Asked To Limit “Non-Essential” Movement Amid Violent Protests

New Delhi:

India has advised its citizens in Kenya to exercise utmost caution and restrict non-essential movement amid violent protests in the East African nation against the government’s proposed tax hikes.

“In view of the prevailing tense situation, all Indians in Kenya are advised to exercise utmost caution, restrict non-essential movement and avoid the areas affected by the protests and violence till the situation clears up,” the Indian consulate in Kenya said in an advisory posted on social media platform X.

“Please follow local news and Mission’s website and social media handles for updates,” it added.

At least five protestors were shot dead and more than 150 others injured in Nairobi as police used tear gas and live rounds after thousands stormed into Kenya’s Parliament and set part of it on fire.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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