New Delhi, July 8: The Chinese Embassy on Saturday said that it has not denied visa to two specialists of a seven-part India Foundation assignment for going by the Fudan University in Shanghai.
Representative of Chinese Embassy in India Counselor Xie Liyan denied the report and said that every one of the seven individuals from India Foundation appointment to visit China got their visas in time.
There were reports that China has additionally put the visa of India Foundation Director Alok Bansal on hold and denied visa to two analysts, following the advancements the establishment on Friday canceled the visit.
“To the extent I know, every one of the seven individuals from India Foundation assignment to visit China got their visas in time. None of the visa application was denied. The assignment will visit China as planned,” the international safe haven said in an announcement.
It included: “The Chinese side dependably invites and backings the trades of research organizations amongst China and India. It is not genuine that the wellspring of India Foundation guarantees that two of its lesser research individuals were denied visas and the visit to China of the assignment has been crossed out.”
On Friday, BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav, who is on the Board of Directors of India Foundation, had denied media reports that he was denied visa by China however affirmed that visas of two of their specialists were rejected.
India Foundation and Fudan University held the third version of their reciprocal connection in Delhi on December 4 to 5 a year ago. In continuation of this reciprocal connection understanding, a seven-part designation of the Foundation was to visit Shanghai.
Bansal on Friday said that his visa was put on hold, and told the media: “No thought why the visa was denied. It’s the carefulness of the Chinese government to give visa. It’s a stun in light of the fact that we didn’t surmise that visa would be an issue.”
The report of foreswearing of visa to Indians comes in the midst of rising pressures between the two nations because of a fringe remain off.
Union Ministers Suresh Prabhu, Nirmala Sitharaman, Jayant Sinha and M.J. Akbar are among the Board of Directors of India Foundation.