Ghalib has made his appeal though a video where he mentions he has an Aadhaar card and he needs a passport to go abroad for higher studies.
New Delhi: The son of Afzal Guru has appealed to the government to issue him a passport so that he can take up a medical scholarship abroad.
Afzal Guru, convited in the 2001 Parliament attack, was hanged by the UPA II government in 2013.
#WATCH Afzal Guru's (who was executed in 2013 for his role in 2001 Parliament attack) son Ghalib Guru says, "I appeal that I should get a passport. I also have an Aadhaar card. If I get a passport, I can avail international medical scholarship." pic.twitter.com/jJZSVht8k8— ANI (@ANI) March 5, 2019
In an interview to Times of India, Ghalib credits his mother for “isolating” him from the pressure of homegrown terror outfits and those from Pakistan to join their ranks.
“We learn from the mistakes of the past. My father could not pursue his medical career (at Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences). I want to complete it,” said Ghalib.
Ghalib Guru has made his appeal though a video where he mentions he has an Aadhaar card and he needs a passport to go abroad for higher studies.