Immigration policy won't erect barriers: UK to Indians
That the UK does not have any plans of inhibiting Indian trade and business in its land, it has made itself clear of and the justification given for the new policies were a quicker and just system of meticulous immigration.
Damian Green, UK's immigration minister is also anticipated to give a similar reason to the Indian Entrepreneurs while he is on his three day visit which starts today.
He is scheduled to meet senior business representatives and also those from the education sector to discuss the immigration policy. He is also to meet the Governor of Punjab, Shivraj Patil and Prakash Singh Badal, Chief Minister while on his visit to Chandigarh to express his gratitude towards the government of Punjab for their association with the UK on the issue of migration.
David Cameron, the Prime Minister of UK in his visit in the previous month had come with the drive to elevate the India-UK relation to the next higher level.
Damain asserted that his visit to India as the immigration minister was also on the same lines following the footsteps of the Prime Minister and take the relation between the two countries to a deeper and stronger level.
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