At IGI Airport, New Delhi “Was Treated as a Criminal” complains Afghan woman MP

An Afghan woman MP has now claimed that she was deported from New Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport on August 20. Reports said that Rangina Kargar who represents the Faryab province in Afghanistan flew in India from Istanbul, however, she was not allowed to step out of immigration and was later sent back to Istanbul via Dubai on the same airline, reports said.

“They deported me, I was treated as a criminal. I was not given my passport in Dubai. It was given back to me only in Istanbul. I never expected this from Gandhiji’s India. We are always friends with India, we have strategic relations with India,” Rangina Kargar told the Indian Express.