Residing in India, controversial Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen applied for her visa extension a month ago but is yet to get any response from the authorities.
“I applied for the extension of my Indian resident permit a month ago. No answer from govt. Never happened before,” she posted on her Twitter this afternoon.
Taslima will leave India for the UK to attend a programme of World Humanist Congress at Oxford.
But she feared that she will not be able to return to India if the Indian government does not extend her visa.
Leaving for Oxford to give a keynote speech at the World Humanist Congress http://t.co/JgOAGEg9AZ. Won't be able to return India w/out visa.
— taslima nasreen (@taslimanasreen) July 26, 2014
Taslima, a physician by degree, was ousted from Bangladesh for her controversial writings with “feminist” and anti-Islamic views and living in exile since 1994.
She is living in India since 2004.