Doctors suffer visa bar Gandhi fellows with Professor Narinder Kapur
Eastern Eye Staff
TWO Indian doctors scheduled to visit the UK on Gandhi fellowships have had their visa applications rejected by the British High Commission in India. Professor Narinder Kapur, who played a leading role in setting up 10 Gandhi fellowships to allow senior and junior Indian clinicians to attend important UK conferences, told Eastern Eye last Sunday (3) the visa refusal was “as a result of the unreasonable and disgraceful behaviour of the UK High Commission in India”, and added that huge distress and inconvenience has been caused to many people. Kapur added: “I regard the behaviour of the visa officials in…
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