Days after denying visa to Uyghur activist Dolkun Isa, the Indian government has barred two other activists from attending a conference in Dharamsala.
After cancelling the visa of Uyghur activist Dolkun Isa, India has rejected visa to Lu Jinghua and Ray Wong, reports India Today.
Lu Jinghua is a well-known Tiananmen activist, while Ra Wong is a Hong Kong-based activist. Ra Wong is out on bail after being charged with rioting following the unrest in Mong Kok over the Chinese New Year.
Lu Jinghua was about to board an Air India flight from New York when she was told her visa was cancelled. She was coming to India to attend conference in Dharamsala which is scheduled for April 28.
According to reports, at the airport, she had an argument with the Air India staff who told her that she can’t board as her visa was cancelled.
On asking the staff, they didn’t tell her the reason.
Similarly, Dolkun Isa, an exiled Uyghur-Chinese leader, was denied the permit for the same event, earlier this week. MEA on Thursday revealed the reason of Dolkun Isa’s visa cancellation, he said Isa didn’t mention in his visa application that he was coming to attend a conference in India.