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Months after one of its campaigners was ‘offloaded from a flight, Greenpeace India on Monday claimed that a member of its international staff was denied entry into India despite having valid documents.
According to the NGO, Aaron Gray-Block, a member of Greenpeace International, had flown in from Sydney on Saturday to take part in a series of meetings with staff here. He was travelling on an Australian passport.
In a statement in Delhi on Monday, Greenpeace India claimed that no formal reason was given by immigration officials in Bangalore for the decision to turn back Gray-Block, who was not officially deported.