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GUWAHATI, July 29 � There were 28,131 illegal infiltrators deported to Bangladesh up to March 2014, said the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in reply to an RTI petition filed on July 23 by RTI activist Rohit Choudhury.

Choudhury in his petition sought all copies of the correspondences, communications, letters and Office Memorandums made and received among the MHA, MoEA and the PMO since April 1, 2004 on the issue of illegal migrants from Bangladesh identified in Assam and their deportation.

The MHA said that the powers to identify and deport the foreign nationals, including the Bangla nationals, illegally staying in Indian territory have been delegated to the State Governments and Union Territory Administrations under Section 3(2) (c) of the Foreigners Act, 1946. Detection and deportation of such illegal immigrants is a continuous process.

Thirty six Foreigners Tribunals are set up for detection of foreigners/illegal immigrants in Assam. Besides, additional 64 Foreigners Tribunals have been sanctioned by the MHA in June, 2013 for speedy disposal of cases pending with the Tribunals. Detected illegal migrants or illegal Bangla nationals are deported to Bangladesh. In order to ensure speedier disposal of cases pending in the Foreigners Tribunals, in April 2012, Foreigners (Tribunal) Order, 1964 was amended, which envisages that the cases shall be disposed of by the Tribunals within 60 days from the reference received from the competent authority.

The MHA reply stated that the matter of detection and deportation of illegal Bangla nationals/ foreigners staying in India are dealt by it. Highest priority has been attached to control illegal migration from Bangladesh and also detection and deportation of Bangla nationals staying illegally in the country. Such issues are discussed regularly among the Central Ministries concerned and there are no specific correspondences among the MHA, Ministry of External Affairs (MoEA) and the Prime Minister�s Office (PMO) available, said the MHA in its reply.

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28,131 illegal Bangla migrants deported from State

GUWAHATI, July 29 � There were 28,131 illegal infiltrators deported to Bangladesh up to March 2014, said the Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in reply to an RTI petition filed on July 23 by RTI activist Rohit Choudhury.

Choudhury in his petition sought all copies of the correspondences, communications, letters and Office Memorandums made and received among the MHA, MoEA and the PMO since April 1, 2004 on the issue of illegal migrants from Bangladesh identified in Assam and their deportation.

The MHA said that the powers to identify and deport the foreign nationals, including the Bangla nationals, illegally staying in Indian territory have been delegated to the State Governments and Union Territory Administrations under Section 3(2) (c) of the Foreigners Act, 1946. Detection and deportation of such illegal immigrants is a continuous process.

Thirty six Foreigners Tribunals are set up for detection of foreigners/illegal immigrants in Assam. Besides, additional 64 Foreigners Tribunals have been sanctioned by the MHA in June, 2013 for speedy disposal of cases pending with the Tribunals. Detected illegal migrants or illegal Bangla nationals are deported to Bangladesh. In order to ensure speedier disposal of cases pending in the Foreigners Tribunals, in April 2012, Foreigners (Tribunal) Order, 1964 was amended, which envisages that the cases shall be disposed of by the Tribunals within 60 days from the reference received from the competent authority.

The MHA reply stated that the matter of detection and deportation of illegal Bangla nationals/ foreigners staying in India are dealt by it. Highest priority has been attached to control illegal migration from Bangladesh and also detection and deportation of Bangla nationals staying illegally in the country. Such issues are discussed regularly among the Central Ministries concerned and there are no specific correspondences among the MHA, Ministry of External Affairs (MoEA) and the Prime Minister�s Office (PMO) available, said the MHA in its reply.

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