Afghan MP Rangina Kargar was not allowed to enter India


Rangina Kargar a female member of the Afghan parliament's Wolesi Jirga complained that she was sent back on a return flight from Delhi airport last week without being allowed to enter India. Kargar said he has been a member of the jirga since 2010.She represents the province of Faryab. Not a member of any political party she is a female human rights activist.She does not need a visa to enter India for his Afghan diplomatic and government special passport.There is a special bilateral agreement between India and Afghanistan in this regard and he has visited India many times before in this passport. Sensing that the situation in Afghanistan was deteriorating, she moved to Istanbul in July with her husband and four children.

But this time five days after Kabul fell to the Taliban she landed at New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport on August 20 on a flight from Istanbul to Dubai. She was scheduled to see his doctor in Delhi at 11 a.m. that day. Two days later, on the 22nd, the ticket to return to Istanbul was canceled. But on that day, the immigration workers at the airport took his passport in hand and told him to wait for a while and went to talk to their superiors.  He was flown back to Istanbul on the same plane he landed in Delhi two hours later.

Kargar said Indian immigration officials did not listen to him. Just said, sorry, we can't do anything for you. They did not give any explanation as to why you could not do it, why I was sent back.

Kargar said the Indian government has repeatedly said it will help those at risk in Afghanistan. Allied relations with India along with Afghanistan. She did not expect such behavior from Mahatma Gandhi's country India. She is very shocked. When questioned by the foreign ministry in this regard, the ministry sources said they did not know anything about the incident.

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