Treated like a common criminal: Mumbai woman on trip to Georgia

Treated like a common criminal: Mumbai woman on trip to Georgia

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Treated like a common criminal: Mumbai woman on trip to Georgia

The Khushbu Kaushal Mumbai on Facebook message about her experience in Georgia was viral, said Thursday that her experience in Eastern European countries was a test when she spent spending hours at the airport and returning to India without any adequate explanation.

Kaushal shared his story on Facebook, addressing Archil Dzuliashvili, Georgia’s Ambassador to India on “the most humiliating night” of his life in the capital, Tbilisi. His position July 3, 3800 was shared by individuals and more than 4,000 responded.

“I was treated like a common criminal. I had no water, no food, no rest to rest at the airport,” said the Bandra resident, who returned to his home in Hindustan Times.

Kaushal, who works with an advertising agency, said he began planning his trip to Georgia two months ago after watching a television show, indicating some of the characters to visit Eastern Europe to the east of the country.

“It was then that I realized that there is a country called Georgia and not just an American state.” When the Georgia airport agent asked me the purpose of my visit, I shared with him and shared a laugh. What I thought was a process, said Kaushal.

Kaushal said he produced his electronic visa, issued by the Government of Georgia, his employer’s letters, hotel reservations, return ticket, bank statement and insurance, among other documents needed to travel to another country for officials of Immigration there.

He added that he realized that another Indian, who also had an electronic visa, was also “detained” at Tbilisi airport.

M. Kaushal said the Georgia Ministry of Foreign Affairs had issued the electronic visa when it was published online for the latest country tour. However, when questioned at Tbilisi airport, immigration officials did not mention any problems with the issue of their electronic visa, he said.
When Kaushal arrived at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai, an Indian immigration agent said that 90% of Indian travelers were sent back to Georgia.

“This seems to be true because after sharing my message on Facebook, people abandoned their comments and saw that there was a group of six to seven girls, who were returned, a man who had a conference for abroad and parents who also Visited his children.If there is a problem with the electronic visa, why the Georgian government issuing the same? “Asked Kaushal.

It was his first trip to Europe Kaushal which was in Dubai and Thailand in the past. And when asked if he wanted to go to Georgia again, Kaushal said he feared.

“I am afraid to think again even though many Georgians were very kind, as they have left an apology to my post. The Georgian media and lawyers were also willing to help.

But I do not know how the Georgian government will act with me. I do not know if they’ll put me in jail for my second visit, “he said.

An official of the Georgian Embassy told the Hindustan Times that the problem was with the electronic visa Kaushal wore.

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