"There is no reason": Indian Pulitzer Prize winner stops at Delhi Airport
Jammu and Kashmir’s Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist tweeted that he was stopped in Delhi from boarding a plane to Paris to attend the event.
Photojournalist Sanna Irshad Mattoo tweeted a photo stamped in red ink on her boarding pass and passport with “Cancel without prejudice.” She said she wasn’t told by the authorities why they couldn’t fly her to France.
“Today, as one of the 10 winners of Serendipity Arles Grant 2020, I was planning to travel from Delhi to Paris for book launches and photo exhibitions. Despite having a French visa, Delhi I stopped by the immigration office at the airport. “Mattoo tweeted.
“I wasn’t given any reason, but I said I couldn’t travel abroad,” she tweeted.
Surveillance circulation by Jammu and Kashmir police was aggressive against Matoo, which is why she was stopped from going abroad, people directly aware of the issue told Bibarud. .. Lookout notices are warnings issued by law enforcement agencies to airport and seaport authorities to prevent people from leaving the country.