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High Court Order to Rajasthan Government to Make Schedule for Citizenship in State for Pak Hindu Migrants

Posted on: 13 Sep, 2017 Tags   High Court Migrants Rajasthan

Rajasthanonweb: 13 Sep, 2017, According to the schedule prepared on the level of the district administration to give citizenship to the displaced Hindus, citizenship will start from Wednesday. This program will run in three different steps. A copy of the schedule appeared before the Bench of Rajasthan High Court Judge Govind Mathur and Vineet Kumar Mathur on Tuesday. Justice friend Kamal Joshi also appreciated the efforts made by the district administration regarding citizenship, but also got attention due to the absence of some small issues. He told the court that there was a meeting with the Home Secretary, in which he and the representatives appointed by the court were not called. On this, the court has asked the collector to meet again with the people's representatives to resolve all the issues. The next hearing is due on September 18.

Justice friend told the court that while the displaced Pakis are staying temporarily, there are no other facilities, including street lights. Discom was instructed to give electricity connections, but Discom replied in the reply that due to the absence of fixed accommodation, electricity connection could not be possible. In addition, the collector has asked to do a survey, who have electricity connections. He also told the court that there is a proposal for land allotment in Chaukha for Pak migrants, pending on which no decision was made.

Justice Mitra Joshi also informed that on the instructions of the court, the names of two representatives had been given to AAG, but neither in the meeting with the Home Secretary nor were they called or representative was invited. Because of this, many important issues were missed and they were not discussed. On this, the court asked the ADM City boundary poet, present during the hearing, why did not invite the delegates to the meeting? He told that not called in the first day's meeting, but the representative was called in the meeting the next day. The court directed the collector to discuss these issues by making a further meeting with the representatives and the justice friend. In addition, the delegates have been asked to present their suggestions and Greaves.

Joshi urged the court to take the necessary action to give citizenship by making such a schedule for the Pak migrants living in the entire state, similarly the schedule plan for giving citizenship to the displaced persons living in Jodhpur. During the hearing, AAG Kantilal Thakur, advocate Rishabh Tayal, CID SP Shweta Dhankad were also present. It is worth noting that the court had filed a public interest petition on the news published in Bhaskar and took proactive self-help. On the last hearing, the court had given interim orders to settle the pending passports of citizenship of Pak migrants and extension of visa letters in 45 days.


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