Karl Rock banned from coming to India
News agency ANI on Saturday confirmed the ban on Karl Rock’s India entry, citing officials of the Union Home Ministry. The report states that the Indian government has banned New Zealand-based YouTube blogger Carl Rock from visiting India for a year. Karl Rock is blacklisted for one year. On behalf of the Indian government, it has been said that Carl Rock has violated the visa rules, that is why he has been banned. The vlogger had earlier claimed that after leaving India to travel to Dubai and Pakistan, the government blacklisted her without giving any reason, leading to Le No’s separation from his New Delhi-based wife and family. Huh.
blogger violated visa rules
The Union Home Ministry has also confirmed the blacklisting of blogger Karl Rock for one year from news agency PTI. PTI, quoting a Home Ministry official, reported that the Union Home Ministry has found Karl Rock guilty of violating visa conditions and then imposed a one-year ban on him. The Home Ministry official said that he used to come to India on tourist visa, but he has been found doing business in India, so he has been blacklisted for one year. “New Zealand-origin vlogger Carl Rock has been blacklisted by the Indian government for a year for violating multiple visa norms,” a home ministry official said.
Karl married in India
Blogger Carl Rock said that his wife Manisha Malik is from Haryana and by blacklisting her, the government is separating her from his wife and family. Tagging New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, Carl has demanded her intervention in the matter in his tweet. He has also tagged the official Twitter handle of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal along with senior diplomats, journalists on the tweet. Along with this, Carl Rock has released a video saying that he has not been able to meet his wife for about 269 days.
Punishment for praising Kejriwal?
It is being alleged that blogger Carl Rock once praised Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for taking the initiative of plasma donation, due to which the Indian government has banned his entry into India. Carl Rock wrote in the online petition that “I left India in October 2020 to travel to Dubai and Pakistan, and then they canceled my visa at the airport. No reason was given as to why they canceled my visa. When I applied for a new visa in Dubai, they called me to meet and told that I have been blacklisted. So, they can’t give me that visa.