Indian parliamentarian ousted from ceremony at Asia Pacific Summit
PHNOM PENH (92 News) – India faced another humiliation at international level as its parliamentarian Vijay Jolly was ousted from a ceremony at the Asia Pacific Summit 2019 on Tuesday. According to the details garnered, the security staff in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, expelled the Indian leader from the hall when he interrupted the speech of National Assembly Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri during the ceremony. Qasim Suri raised the Kashmir issue during his speech at the summit held in Cambodia. Vijay Jolly tried to stop him and erupted commotion during the event. Due to the commotion, the security staff expelled Indian parliamentarian form the ceremony hall. In Cambodia Asia Pacific Summit 2019, the NA deputy speaker exposed the Indian repression in Occupied Kashmir. When Qasim Suri revealed the facts before international community regarding inhuman lockdown and communication blockade by the India, the Indian parliamentarian cannot digest realty about its country. He tried to stop the speech and recorded his protest the security staff came into action and ousted Vijay Jolly from the ceremony hall.