Evidently bowing to weight from associate Akali Dal in front of one year from now’s Punjab surveys, the Modi government has lifted travel bans forced on various abroad Sikhs, who were purportedly included in subversive exercises in 1980s and 1990s and continued watch list.
The boycott, which was readied at various levels by security offices, has been kept up by the administration on generally Indian-birthplace individuals purportedly included in subversive or against India exercises abroad. Such individuals, whose names figure in the boycott, are banished from going to India. A few names have been expelled from the boycott after point by point discourses, a home service official said.
Allegedly, Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal composed a letter encouraging PM Modi to evacuate names of 36 Sikhs settled abroad from the travel boycott.