Suella Braverman questions the ‘migration and mobility partnership’
In response, India said: Action has been initiated in all cases
London. India has responded to UK Home Secretary Suella Braverman’s claim that the Migration and Mobility Partnership (MMP) is not working properly. India has announced that it has initiated action on all the issues that Britain has raised within the framework of the agreement. Responding to PTI’s question about Braverman’s interview with The Spectator, the Indian High Commission said India was awaiting “concrete progress” on some of the promises made by the British government under the MMP signed last year.
In a statement released on Thursday, the Indian High Commission said: “As part of the detailed discussions under the MMP, the Government of India is committed to working closely with the British Government to ensure that Indian nationals stay in the UK for a longer period of time. visa stay is protected.” Make returns easy.
Actions were initiated on all cases referred to the Supreme Commission
“According to the data provided to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, actions have been taken on all the cases sent to the Supreme Commission,” the message says. Apart from this, Great Britain also has to fulfill some promises within the framework of MMP, we are waiting for concrete steps in that direction.
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The Home Minister in his interview had said that the largest number of Indians even after visa expiry Britain stay He said: “I have objections to the open border migration policy with India because I don’t think people voted Brexit for it.”
FIRST PUBLISHED. October 07, 2022, 4:31 PM IST