Seeraj questions timing of visa revocation

– says sanction paints him as criminal

Insisting that he has done nothing wrong, PPP/C Member of Parliament Dharamkumar Seeraj yesterday said the revocation of his US visa has left him confused and questioning its timing.

Seeraj, while voicing concern that this has painted the impression that he has committed a criminal act, expressed hope that the Consular Section of the US Embassy in Georgetown would provide the clarification that he is seeking through his attorney.

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