Senior Congress chief Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Tuesday (February 18) welcomed the Centre’s resolution to deport British MP Debbie Abrahams, saying it was mandatory as she is a Pakistan proxy identified for her relations with Pakistan authorities at ISI.
“The deportation of Debbie Abrahams by India was indeed necessary, as she is not just an MP, but a Pak proxy known for her clasp with Pak govt and ISI. Every attempt that tries to attack India’s sovereignty must be thwarted,” Singhvi tweeted.
‘Every attack on India’s sovereignty should be thwarted’: Congress’ Abhishek Singhvi backs Debbie Abrahams deportationhttps://t.co/ufF3IxHU41
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— Abhishek Singhvi (@DrAMSinghvi) February 18, 2020
Singhvi made the statements only a day after his occasion colleague Shashi Tharoor raised objections over the Centre’s move to cease Abraham on the airport. “If things are fine in #Kashmir, shouldn’t the Govt encourage critics to witness the situation themselves to put their fears to rest? Instead of conducting tours for pliant MEPs &polite Ambassadors alone, surely the head of a ParliamentaryGroup on the subject is worth cultivating?” Tharoor had stated on Monday (February 17).
If issues are high-quality in #Kashmir, should not the Govt encourage critics to witness the scenario themselves to place their fears to relaxation? Instead of conducting excursions for pliant MEPs &well mannered Ambassadors alone, absolutely the pinnacle of a ParliamentaryGroup on the topic is value cultivating? https://t.co/vMtcAXCDb9
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) February 17, 2020
Notably, Abrahams, who chairs a parliamentary group on Kashmir, was stopped from coming into India after her arrival on the New Delhi airport on Monday. Airport officers, nevertheless, claimed that Abrahams was knowledgeable of her e-visa’s cancellation effectively in advance.
Abrahams is theLabour Party MP for Oldham East and Saddleworth since 2011 and is the chair of the all-party parliamentary group for Kashmir from 2018. For her half, Abrahams, 59, stated that the airport officers failed to offer any causes for denying her entry.
Abrahams returned to the UK within the afternoon. Responding to studies she didn’t possess a sound visa, she tweeted: “I’m sorry but that just is not the reality.”