The extremist Modi government stopped British Member of Parliament to enter in India on Delhi airport and deported on speaking for the rights of Kashmiris.
Debbie Abrahams, a British MP and campaigner for Kashmiris rights, was deported by the Indian authorities from Delhi airport. Debbie was deported from Delhi airport to Dubai.
The extremist Modi government barred British MP and chief of Kashmir group in the UK parliament from entering in India.
Debbie Abrahams is a chairperson of the British Parliament’s ‘All-Party Parliamentary Group for Kashmir.’
She also twitted the pic of her e-visa that was issued by Indian authorities. But they stopped her only due to speak on the rights of Kashmiris.
This is the e-visa I was issued with by the Indian authorities. pic.twitter.com/QLwJhwFz3d
— Debbie Abrahams (@Debbie_abrahams) February 18, 2020
She has strongly criticized Modi’s Government over the abolition of the special status of Kashmir and the ongoing Indian atrocities in the occupied valley.
She belongs from the labour party of the UK and is a member of Parliament.
According to Debbie Abrahams, the attitude of the Indian authorities was very crude with.
Talking to media representatives at the Delhi Airport, Debbie Abraham said, “I will continue to criticize the countries who violate the Human rights.”