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Gaurav seeks relief for �foreigner� Sanaullah

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NEW DELHI, June 6 - Congress Lok Sabha MP from Assam Gaurav Gogoi on Thursday urged the Centre to provide relief to former army officer Md Sanaullah calling for the process to be a correct one where only genuine Indian citizens find security while foreigners are excluded.

In a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Gogoi said media reports indicate the inefficiency of the government officials involved in the incident. �I request you to look into the matter and please initiate an inquiry to ensure that they (government officials) do not continue to perform their duties in this manner. People of Assam are looking towards the Government of India for justice,� he wrote.

Md Sanaullah, who was declared a foreigner by a tribunal recently, is a resident of Kolohikash village under Boko police station of Kamrup district in Assam and was serving as an assistance sub-inspector in Border Police. He had joined the armed forces as an official of the Electronic and Mechanical Engineering department, Gogoi claimed.

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Gaurav seeks relief for �foreigner� Sanaullah

NEW DELHI, June 6 - Congress Lok Sabha MP from Assam Gaurav Gogoi on Thursday urged the Centre to provide relief to former army officer Md Sanaullah calling for the process to be a correct one where only genuine Indian citizens find security while foreigners are excluded.

In a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Gogoi said media reports indicate the inefficiency of the government officials involved in the incident. �I request you to look into the matter and please initiate an inquiry to ensure that they (government officials) do not continue to perform their duties in this manner. People of Assam are looking towards the Government of India for justice,� he wrote.

Md Sanaullah, who was declared a foreigner by a tribunal recently, is a resident of Kolohikash village under Boko police station of Kamrup district in Assam and was serving as an assistance sub-inspector in Border Police. He had joined the armed forces as an official of the Electronic and Mechanical Engineering department, Gogoi claimed.