rangina kargar deportation


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Govt provides emergency visa to deported Afghan girl MP

The authorities has described the deportation of Rangina Kargar, a girl MP from Afghanistan, as ‘an inadvertent error’, in keeping with a report in The Indian Express. The authorities has now reached out to Rangina Kargar, member of the Wolesi Jirga representing the Faryab province, to ask her to use for an emergency visa.

Earlier, information company ANI had quoted authorities officers as saying that Kargar was deported as a result of she had failed to indicate any paperwork of her medical therapy in India and likewise she failed to supply any reference from the Afghanistan Embassy.

MP Rangina Kargar was deported from the Indira Gandhi International Airport on August 20, as evacuees had been introduced from Kabul amid the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan. She was not allowed to maneuver outdoors the airport after she failed to supply visa paperwork.

According to a senior authorities official, Kargar had arrived at IGI Airport on a Dubai flight and held a diplomatic passport which facilitates visa-free journey below a reciprocal association with India for 30 days.

However, after the turmoil in Afghanistan, all types of visas had been cancelled aside from e-visas, that are the one ones allowed.

“An immigration officer asked Kargar to provide details of the medical treatment or the hospital she was going to visit or the details of the doctor she was going to consult, but she failed to provide any details to substantiate her purpose of arrival. She couldn’t even provide any reference from the Afghanistan Embassy. She was never deported but was not allowed to leave the airport and she went back on the same flight on which she arrived,” mentioned the official.

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