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2,492 illegal migrants deported

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 9 � A total of 15,490 illegal migrants from Bangladesh have been detected through the judicial process in Assam during 2001 to 2010 (till September), and of these, 2,492 have been deported while 12,386 are absconding and 86 are in detention camps.

This was revealed by Assam Accord Implementation Minister Dr Bhumidhar Barman while replying to an unstarred question from AGP legislator Ramendra Narayan Kalita in the Assembly today.

Dr Barman said that following the scrapping of the IM(DT) Act by the Supreme Court, 21 foreigners� tribunals were constituted in addition to the existing 11 tribunals. Four more tribunals are to be constituted soon for which government notification has already been issued.

Dr Barman said that the minutes of 16 sittings of the tripartite talks involving the Centre, State Government and the All Assam Students� Union (AASU) had been held, and those of the other sittings had been sough from the Centre.

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2,492 illegal migrants deported

GUWAHATI, Nov 9 � A total of 15,490 illegal migrants from Bangladesh have been detected through the judicial process in Assam during 2001 to 2010 (till September), and of these, 2,492 have been deported while 12,386 are absconding and 86 are in detention camps.

This was revealed by Assam Accord Implementation Minister Dr Bhumidhar Barman while replying to an unstarred question from AGP legislator Ramendra Narayan Kalita in the Assembly today.

Dr Barman said that following the scrapping of the IM(DT) Act by the Supreme Court, 21 foreigners� tribunals were constituted in addition to the existing 11 tribunals. Four more tribunals are to be constituted soon for which government notification has already been issued.

Dr Barman said that the minutes of 16 sittings of the tripartite talks involving the Centre, State Government and the All Assam Students� Union (AASU) had been held, and those of the other sittings had been sough from the Centre.