India’s action on China, visa ban of 726 citizens, repatriation of 117 citizens

India also maintaining tension along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh Teaching China a tough lesson. In response to a question in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday, the Central Government informed that India has placed a total of 726 Chinese nationals on the visa adverse list during the three years between 2019-21.People included […]
 


India’s action on China, visa ban of 726 citizens, repatriation of 117 citizens

India also maintaining tension along the Line of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh Teaching China a tough lesson. In response to a question in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday, the Central Government informed that India has placed a total of 726 Chinese nationals on the visa adverse list during the three years between 2019-21.People included in this list will not be able to enter India. Along with this, it has also been informed that 117 Chinese people have been sent back from India in the same period. on Tuesday.

It said that 81 Chinese nationals living in India between 2019 and 2021 were identified and directed to leave the country. All these people have been prosecuted for violating visa rules and indulging in illegal activities.

Nityanand Rai informed the Lok Sabha

Nityanand Rai said in the Lok Sabha, the government maintains the record of all foreign nationals entering India through valid documents. Including Chinese citizens. Some of these foreign nationals continue to stay in India even after the expiry of the visa due to medical reasons or any other reason. In cases where investigations reveal that people have stayed unintentionally or unintentionally, the overstay is regulated by charging them a fine and, if necessary, the visa period is extended.

What is Adverse Listing?

He said that in cases where it is found that a foreign national is willfully staying in India even after the expiry of the visa, necessary action is taken under the Foreigners Act, 1946. There is also a provision for foreign nationals to leave India and impose fines or visa fees. The Ministry of Home Affairs compiles a list of 726 Chinese nationals who have been placed on the visa adverse list by the government.

People in this list are not allowed to enter India. This includes those who violate visa rules or are involved in illegal activities. This list is sent to the Indian Embassy, ​​so that such people can be stopped from entering India.