On the authority of his nephew, he said: “He is very sad.” “There is no way forward.”
Neha Sandhu, an Australian citizen who managed to return home from India in June, said that in addition to Mrs. Dillen’s daughter, there have been many unaccompanied minors affected by the ban, many of whom visited their relatives in India and were unable to return home. right Now.
“It’s totally inhuman,” said Ms. Sandhu, who leads a Facebook group of more than 17,000 followers of those trapped in India.
However, Australian officials argued that the move was based solely on assessing the risks to public health. Australia’s chief medical officer, Paul Kelly, said the ban is temporary and will be lifted on May 15, although it could also be extended.
Ms Kassam of the Lowy Institute said denying the right of return to Australians in India was the first major test of a policy that most Australians quietly accepted. I wondered if the Australians would be loved more once they got down to the details.
“The Australians have traditionally supported strict border restrictions, although these questions have never been asked regarding their own citizens,” she said. “The idea of creating an Australian stronghold is politically popular, but it has not been tested in terms of criminalizing civilians once they return home.”
Damian’s Cave I mentioned from Sydney, Australia, and Livia Albeck Rebecca From Melbourne, Australia.