Published: August 16, 2018 8:17:18 pm
A teacher from the government school, who was involved was held in the exercise National Register of Citizens (NRC) in Assam, was held after he came forward that he was declared illegal immigrant from Bangladesh by the Gauhati High Court, in June the police said today
Khairul Islam was earlier proclaimed an infiltrator by the Aliens Tribunal, Morigaon, who was detained in the near Moirabari in the Morigaon district, superintendent of Police Swapnanil Deka. The district administration, which had involved Islam in the NRC update work, had removed it from the job on 13 August, said Morigaon Deputy Commissioner (DC) Hemen Das.
After receiving the judgment of the Gauhati High Court in which the judgment of the Foreigner & # 39; s Tribunal, Morigaon, launched an operation to detect and detain Khairul in the vicinity of Moirabari, according to the SP. According to the established procedure, Islam will be sent to the foreign detention camp in the Goalpara district this afternoon, says Deka.
Islam, who was a teacher in the lower primary school Khandapukhuri in the district, was hired by the district administration of Morigaon. Kolmoubari NRC Seva Kendra (NSK) under the Mikirbheta police station. He was one of 40,000 government employees from various departments for NRC work throughout the state, according to official sources.
Several organizations, including the Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad, the Krisak Mukti Sangram Samiti, the All Koch Rajbongshi student association, had previously expressed concern about the teacher's inclusion in the NRC work.
On 13 August, the DC had removed Islam from the NRC work and said: "It has come to the notice of the Morigaon district administration concerning involvement in the NRC update process of a teacher who has been declared a foreigner by the Foreigners Tribunal , Morigaon. "
" In this connection we are told that the person mentioned is a government teacher and has only assisted NRC update work and is not entitled to make a decision about the inclusion or exclusion of an applicant ", said the DC in a statement and added: "As a precaution and in view of the sensitivities involved, he is immediately released from NRC work."  The teacher was declared a Bengali citizen by the Foreigners Tribunal Morigaon in 2015. He entered Assam after 25 March 1971 (the cut-off year according to the Assam agreement). The Supreme Court of Gauhati confirmed the ruling of the Foreigners Tribunal in June this year.
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