Debbie Abrahams, a member of Britain's Labor Party and chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group for Kashmir, who criticized the abolition of particular state standing from Jammu and Kashmir, stated on Monday that she had been denied entry into India. According to Abraham, his e-visa was legitimate till October 2020, which was canceled. "To highlight the human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir and to bring justice to the people," he stated.
He stated this after being stopped at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. At the identical time, the Home Ministry denied the allegations, saying that the British MP had already been knowledgeable that his visa had been canceled. <! –
Despite this, she got here to Delhi.
India got here for 2 days
At the identical time, her colleague Harpreet Upal stated that Debbie Abraham has been a member of the UK Parliament since 2011 and he or she got here on a two-day go to to India. "I have tried to find out why the visa was canceled. I was treated like a criminal at the airport," he stated.
Debbie Abraham then tweeted on Twitter that she had come to Delhi to satisfy along with her Indian colleagues. He continued, "I have now become a politician to promote social justice and human rights for all. I will continue to challenge my government and others."
Special state standing is over
Let me let you know, the Center had abolished particular state standing from Jammu and Kashmir on August 5 final yr. After which cellular and web service was discontinued in lots of elements of the valley. Apart from this, the Center had put many state leaders beneath home arrest in view of safety. Significantly, many leaders are nonetheless beneath home arrest.