The “Tri-Valley” issue has yet again brought in a question mark into the existing pattern of overseas education system, and announcing a “tele-tale” as to, whether Indian students should be at all considering studies abroad or not. Not long ago, did the “Australian racist prodigy” had set the ‘Indian Constitution of sorts’ on fire, that this incident too added itself up. According to facts, the university denies any charges that are levied on them; it states that, the illegal immigrants are an outcome of a staff member, who is apparently of Indian origin; however the fact is yet to be verified. The present situation however for the Indian students don’t look bright enough, as they are still being tabbed via the GPS radio tags.
The reports claim that almost 95% of the students in the university are Indians, this case at the moment, can be ideally called a scam case, as it validates the corruption of the immigration authority and Tri ValleyUniversity being the centre of it. However, the point of argument is not what is “existentialistically” right or wrong, but has it been fair on the part of the American jurisdiction to tab the students on their movement and call it a mere “investigation”? The students remain the victims, and by something like deporting them, it will not only affect their careers but also their psyche.
Though, the “Ministry of Overseas Indian Affair” is supposedly passing a bill which would ensure, that such incidents don’t occur again, what future do these students hold in future is still uncertain. The irony of the whole story is that, students wish to pursue overseas education only to be a part of “Advanced Globalization” but unfortunately come back tainted. It is a very sorry state of affairs and the American government if not anything; at least owes a clear justification of their acts at the moment. But, the way the case is being handled, we as the largest democracy can expect justice for sure.