Polish photographer Marta Kotlarska alongside with her daughter Alicja Wanatko.
A Polish girl and her 11-one year-aged daughter, who had been blacklisted by the Ministry of External Affairs over visa-connected discrepancies, on Tuesday pleaded with Top Minister Narendra Modi to permit them to enter India so as that the daughter can continue her training in Goa.
In a fresh sequence of tweets to PM Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Marta Kotlarska, who’s for the time being in Cambodia, has stated that her daughter is lacking her college in Goa since the academic term has began and on narrative of that, 11-one year-aged Alicja has been crying constantly.
“My daughther is out of faculty since 25 April. I personal put public grievience on sixth April and unruffled no retort, no circulation. Please wait on us. My 11 years aged daughther is struggling…,” Kotlarska stated in her most modern tweets.
“Please @PMOIndia @narendramodi @AmitShah please wait on us. We’re no longer criminals, we by no system had been deported from India, we had been given fresh legit visas with none declare by Indian Embassy in Poland after I paid overstay in consequence of the misfortunate declare created by my past employer,” she furthermore stated.
Marta, a Polish artist and photographer, who became once on a a pair of entry, B-2 switch visa to India, became once grew to become far from the Kempegowda Worldwide Airport, Bengaluru, where she had long past to resume her Indian visa after she returned on March 24 from Sri Lanka.
With her daughter learning in Goa, Marta had to wait on for a spell in Thailand earlier than she became once allowed to attain to India, desire up her daughter and leave the country, within a pair of days.
They are for the time being in Cambodia, ready for a seemingly return to India, where Alicja claims, she is now rooted in Hinduism and spirituality and in her letter requested PM Modi to permit her and her mother to attain wait on to India.
Marta furthermore claims that she has already paid her fines for overstaying and alleges that her visa lapse venture occurred thanks to her employer on the time.
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