NCOA demands apology from Singapore govt on detention of Indian
New Delhi, Sep 17 (UNI) The National Confederation of Officers' Associations (NCOA) has condemned the detention of two Indian delegates K Raghu and Biswaranjan Mishra by the Singapore authorities.
The NCOA in a release issued here today said the two were going to attend the three day International People's Forum against the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) at Batam in Indonesia from September 15.
The incident took place when a five member Indian contingent were travelling through Singapore. Three were allowed to go to Batam without any question while these two were detained for 38 hours.
they were not allowed to make any phone calls and the authorities did not inform the Indian Embassy about the incident.
The confederation demanded that the Government should conduct an enquiry into the matter and ask for an explanation and an apology from the Government of Singapore on this incident.
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