NAPA Issued Advisory Not to Enter as Illegal Immigrants in Any Country
| IOP Desk - 24 Jun 2019
IOP Correspondent
Jalandhar June 24, 2019: North American Punjabi Association (NAPA) in a press note issued a advisory to Punjabi youths who are leaving no stone unturned to enter any country illegally to seek asylum.
Disclosing this NAPA executive director Satnam Singh Chahal said here today that there are tonnes of hardships and wastage of money for entering as a illegally immigrates in the developed countries. He said that In the past one Paramjit Singh of village Mohablipur in Tehsil Sultanpur Lodhi suicide himself in California after not bearing the hardships in his work place as well as in daily life.
His dead body was sent to his parent village. Now another Punjabi asylum-seeker in Australia Ravinder Singh, aged in his 30s, locked himself in a shipping container room at a camp on Manus Island on Friday and started a blaze that engulfed two other rooms before being brought under control.
This is all due to the hardships of the illegal immigrant she tried to kill himself by setting fire to his room at a refugee camp in Papua New Guinea faces charges of arson and attempted suicide, police have said. He is one of the roughly 500 refugees and -Asylum seekers stuck in Papua New Guinea, having been stopped from reaching Australia.
NAPA urged the Punjab Government to set up a Overseas Manpower Export Corporation to Send our youths to developed countries legally in order to save their life and money.
Satnam Singh Chahal is the Executive Driector North American Punjabi Association (NAPA)
Disclaimer : NAPA is a Non-Partisan, non-sectarian global organization with chapters in several countries, actively promoting the interests of people of Indian origin North America by monitoring and addressing current critical issues of concern, and by enhancing cooperation and communication between groups of Indians living in North America.

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