New Delhi, May 31: Pakistani human rights activist and former minister Ansar Burney was refused entry into Delhi and sent back to Dubai from the airport on Friday night. Burney, was instrumental in having Indian prisoner in Pakistan, Kashmir Singh released. He arrived in India on May 30 to participate in an anti-terrorism conference involving both the countries in New Delhi.
He had arrived here from London via Dubai last night. Sources said that Mr Burney had been sent back from the Indira Gandhi International Airport by an Emirates flight to Dubai because of a 'lookout" notice against him. The Home Ministry has ordered an inquiry into what is now being seen as an embarrassment.