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'It's not right': Mother 'at wit’s end' after apparent tightening of rules on kids returning from India

By sbs , in News Australia , at July 6, 2021 Tags: , , ,


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An Australian-Indian couple separated from their five-year-old daughter believe stricter conditions on who can travel home from abroad with unaccompanied minors are being applied in a discriminatory fashion.

For Melbourne mother Sojanya Gullapalli, the last few months have been extremely difficult.

She has been longing to be reunited with her five-year-old daughter Heshvitha, who remains stranded in Andhra Pradesh, south-eastern India, by Australia’s tough travel restrictions.

Separated for 18 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian government’s controversial India flight ban from 27 April until 15 May provided a further barrier. 

In recent months, adults acting as guardians for unaccompanied minors stranded in the coronavirus-stricken country have been helping to escort them home.



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