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Jamiat PIL on foreigner�s issue

By Correspondent

NAGAON, April 30 - Jamiat Ulema E Hind, a non-political organisation filed a PIL(103/2015) in the Gauhati High Court against State and central Governments, regarding the non-implementation of an order of the State Government dated May 27, 2005. Disposing of the petition, Justice T Vaiphei and Paran Kumar Phukan by an order dated 25.4.2016 directed the respondent to implement that order by forming thana-level committees in every district of Assam within three months.

The police station-level committees will be formed with revenue circle officer as chairman and the OC of the police station as member secretary. Members of the committee will include Inspector/ Sub Inspector of Border branch, one member each from recognised political parties, elected members of zila parishad within the PS area, four Government-nominated members (one woman, one each from the majority, religious and linguistic minority communities).

This police station level committee shall be advisory in nature and will sit once in a month. The committee will scrutinise each and every individual case of harassment of citizens in the issue of detecting foreign nationals, as well as take steps to maintain peace and rule of law within their jurisdiction.

Advocates NH Mazarbhuyan, N Islam, K Mira and L Wajeeda appeared for the petitioner.

This was informed by the State secretary of the Jamiat Ulema E Hind, Maulana Abdur Rashid Quasimi in a press meet held here on April 28. Besides the general secretary, advocate NH Mazarbhuyan, advocate Abdul Quddush, state executive member Mufti Muzahidul Islam Quasimi, Mufti Khairul Islam, publicity secretary Faizur Rahman and member Mukibur Rahman were present in the press meet.

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Jamiat PIL on foreigner�s issue

NAGAON, April 30 - Jamiat Ulema E Hind, a non-political organisation filed a PIL(103/2015) in the Gauhati High Court against State and central Governments, regarding the non-implementation of an order of the State Government dated May 27, 2005. Disposing of the petition, Justice T Vaiphei and Paran Kumar Phukan by an order dated 25.4.2016 directed the respondent to implement that order by forming thana-level committees in every district of Assam within three months.

The police station-level committees will be formed with revenue circle officer as chairman and the OC of the police station as member secretary. Members of the committee will include Inspector/ Sub Inspector of Border branch, one member each from recognised political parties, elected members of zila parishad within the PS area, four Government-nominated members (one woman, one each from the majority, religious and linguistic minority communities).

This police station level committee shall be advisory in nature and will sit once in a month. The committee will scrutinise each and every individual case of harassment of citizens in the issue of detecting foreign nationals, as well as take steps to maintain peace and rule of law within their jurisdiction.

Advocates NH Mazarbhuyan, N Islam, K Mira and L Wajeeda appeared for the petitioner.

This was informed by the State secretary of the Jamiat Ulema E Hind, Maulana Abdur Rashid Quasimi in a press meet held here on April 28. Besides the general secretary, advocate NH Mazarbhuyan, advocate Abdul Quddush, state executive member Mufti Muzahidul Islam Quasimi, Mufti Khairul Islam, publicity secretary Faizur Rahman and member Mukibur Rahman were present in the press meet.