Ban on arrivals from India a ‘shame on this country’

Sky News host Andrew Bolt says we have a sacred duty to protect Australians and the ban on arrivals from India is a shame on this country.

The controversial ban has made it illegal for people who spent time in India within 14 days of their intended arrival date in Australia to return home and imposed a $66,000 fine or five-year jail term for those found breaking the rules.

“It is our duty, in fact it says in the passport it is our duty to help Australians in trouble overseas,” Mr Bolt said.

“For the Indian Australians stuck in India and unable to escape, unable to come home to a decent healthcare system is a shame on this country.”

Sky News host Andrew Bolt says we have a sacred duty to protect Australians and the ban on arrivals from India is a shame on this country.

The controversial ban has made it illegal for people who spent time in India within 14 days of their intended arrival date in Australia to return home and imposed a $66,000 fine or five-year jail term for those found breaking the rules.

“It is our duty, in fact it says in the passport it is our duty to help Australians in trouble overseas,” Mr Bolt said.

“For the Indian Australians stuck in India and unable to escape, unable to come home to a decent healthcare system is a shame on this country.”

Sky News host Andrew Bolt says we have a sacred duty to protect Australians and the ban on arrivals from India is a shame on this country.

The controversial ban has made it illegal for people who spent time in India within 14 days of their intended arrival date in Australia to return home and imposed a $66,000 fine or five-year jail term for those found breaking the rules.

“It is our duty, in fact it says in the passport it is our duty to help Australians in trouble overseas,” Mr Bolt said.

“For the Indian Australians stuck in India and unable to escape, unable to come home to a decent healthcare system is a shame on this country.”

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