<p>N. Balakrishnan says while the government can, in good conscience, deny entry to those falsely claiming persecution and seeking a way out of poverty, it must also stop harassing Indian visitors who come here legitimately</p>
<p>N. Balakrishnan says while the government can, in good conscience, deny entry to those falsely claiming persecution and seeking a way out of poverty, it must also stop harassing Indian visitors who come here legitimately</p>

Why Hong Kong should send back ‘asylum’ seekers from India

N. Balakrishnan says while the government can, in good conscience, deny entry to those falsely claiming persecution and seeking a way out of poverty, it must also stop harassing Indian visitors who come here legitimately

<p>N. Balakrishnan says while the government can, in good conscience, deny entry to those falsely claiming persecution and seeking a way out of poverty, it must also stop harassing Indian visitors who come here legitimately</p>
<p>N. Balakrishnan says while the government can, in good conscience, deny entry to those falsely claiming persecution and seeking a way out of poverty, it must also stop harassing Indian visitors who come here legitimately</p>
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