The news about his imprisonment from the immigration services spread the internet, and Guardian, BBC and Camden New Journal wrote about this merchant from Serbia and a hashtag #savestoly, working in the "Earth Natural Foods"
— Sue Odell (@scorpioredhair) April 3, 2017
- I don't understand why they locked up someone who pays the taxes and social insurance regularly - one of the numerous comments picturing the reason citizens support Stoly.
Jankovic was added to the list of immigration center in London, where he regularly answered for the past ten years every month.
- Last Thursday afternoon he went there and instead of signing they locked him up, without any warning - said his employer, John Grayson, who adds that Jankovic was very popular in Kentis Town, he is very liked among people.
He pointed out that Jankovic worked transparently, in accordance with the law and that he received a National Insurance number. He stressed that Jankovic left Yugoslavia before its breakup.
— Chloe Massey (@_ChloeMassey) April 3, 2017
- This area is now Serbia, but he was never a citizen of Serbia and doesn't have a Serbian passport. We do not know whether he has the right to live in Serbia - said Grayson.
Jankovic's deportation is postponed for 15 days, to prepare a legal complaint, and the latest news is that he was released from custody.