WASHINGTON: Shehryar Khan Afridi, chairman of the Parliamentary Board on Kashmir, was paused at New york city’s JFK Airport for screening however was later allowed to get in the United States, said a main declaration released on Saturday.
Mr Afridi arrived in New york city via flight QR-0701 (Qatar Airlines) at 3:15 pm on Sept 15. JFK resources asserted that Mr Afridi was picked up second testing when he fell short to please immigration officials at his first screening.
According to these resources, he was doubted for regarding an hour and also was allowed to enter the nation when the Pakistan consulate in New York confirmed his credentials.
A spokesperson for the Pakistan Embassy in Washington, however, claimed Mr Afridi was allowed to go without any delay. “As a newbie site visitor Mr Afridi was executed second testing briefly and also was removed in regular without any assurances being sought or provided by any individual from the Consular office or the Consulate,” the speaker claimed.
Later On, Mr Afridi as well as leading Kashmiri rights activists at a meeting agreed to help highlight Kashmir dispute in the United States.