17 Feb 2020, 11:34 pm By Rohit Sindhu
British MP who criticised Indian Government on Article 370, stopped at Airport

British MP Debbie Abrahams Said that ‘Even the person who seems to be in charge said he did not know and was really sorry about what had happened . so now I am just waiting for deported’. Debbie Abrahams Critical on matter of Jammu and Kashmir , and said that she was denied entry into India after arrival . But according to government source she did not have any valid visa. On other hand the British High Commission  said they are in touch with Indian authorities to understand why the MP was denied entry to India. Ms Abrahams said that when she landed around 8.50 that  morning, she was told by Delhi airport officials that the e-visa issued last October and valid until October 2020 had been rejected.

Debbie Abrahams critical of government

Indian government criticize by a British MP Debbie Abrahams on the matter of Jammu and Kashmir Article 370 . She was stopped at the Delhi airport on Monday and deported to Dubai . Debbie Abraham was not allowed to enter India and was told upon her arrival at the Delhi airport , her e-visa had rejected. The Chairperson of all party parliamentary group of Kashmir Britain, MS Abraham said in a statement that she was treated like a criminal on Indian airport  . Government sources said Debbie Abrahams did not have a valid visa to visit India.

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Statement of Debbie Abraham

'Along with everyone else, I presented myself at  immigration desk with my documents including my e-visa, i had my photograph taken and then the official looked at his screen and started moving his head. Then he told me my visa was rejected, took my passport and disappeared for about 10 minutes. When he came back he was very rude and aggressive, shouting at me to 'come with me', said the British MP in a statement. 'I told him not to speak to me like that and was then taken to a cordoned off area marked as a Deportee Cell. He then ordered me to sit down and I refused. I didn't know what they might do or where else they may take me, so I wanted people to see me.'Ms Abrahams' timeline has some  posts critical on Kashmir decision.