Despatched on pretend visa, Talwara youth in Indonesian jail for 10 months
Sanjiv Kumar Bakshi
Talwara, November 15
Jasbir Singh, 27, of Narnaul village below Block Talwara has been languishing in an Indonesian jail for the previous 10 months. He had gone to Indonesia looking for greener pastures in January, however little did he know that the destiny would have one thing else in retailer for him.
Have written to centre, however no assist but
I’ve written to Hoshiarpur MP and Union Minister Som Prakash and the Ministry of Exterior Affairs to get my son launched, however no motion has been taken but. — Tripta Devi, Jasbir Singh’s mom
Two brokers booked for fraud
The Tanda police have booked two journey brokers for allegedly duping two individuals. Harpal Singh, a Singhpur resident, has alleged that journey brokers Sandeep Kumar and Dogar Mal allegedly took Rs 10,80,000 from him in trade for a pretend visa for Switzerland. In one other case, Ranjit Kaur informed the police that on the pretext of sending her to Australia, the 2 journey brokers took Rs 6,18,500 from her and offered her with a pretend visa
Jasbir informed his plight to social activist Deepak Thakur over the telephone from Indonesia. He mentioned he had gone to Indonesia via a journey agent, Pushp Pathania, of Namoli block village in Talwara. He had given Rs 2.90 lakh to the agent to acquire the visa. He reached Indonesia on January 19 this 12 months from the Delhi airport by way of Sri Lankan airline. There, the Indonesian police arrested him on prices of travelling on a pretend visa.
Jasbir accused Pathania of offering him the pretend visa. He mentioned the Indonesian courtroom had sentenced him to 1 12 months and 10 months in jail for unlawful entry into the nation. Jasbir is at present lodged in Jakarta jail.
Jasbir’s mom Tripta Devi mentioned on coming to learn about her son’s arrest her world got here crashing down. The whole household is in a state of shock and is praying for Jasbir’s secure return. She alleged the journey agent had been paid one other Rs 17 lakh thus far to make sure the discharge of Jasbir. Nevertheless, even after 10 months, he has not but come out of the bars.
She has additionally written and appealed to Lok Sabha MP from Hoshiarpur and Union Minister of State Som Prakash and the Ministry of Exterior Affairs to get his son launched however no motion has been taken thus far. Tripta Devi has appealed to the Authorities of India and Punjab for the secure return of her son.