Assam man’s wife declared ‘foreigner’, missing for 7 years! May have been 'deported' to Bangladesh

21, Aug 2018 | CJP Team

Seven years ago, Ainal Haq’s wife was declared a ‘foreigner’ and sent to a detention camp. Then, without her family members being informed, she was allegedly deported to Bangladesh. He hasn’t heard from her in seven years!

Haq has documents to prove that she was in fact an Indian. This is how families are being torn asunder in Assam… And this is just the tip of the iceberg. Over 4 million people find their names missing from the final NRC. What will become of them?

Over 4 million people have been left out of the NRC final draft! Most of them belong to socio-economically backward communities and live in rural areas. Many of them are women and children! Now CJP, drawing from its previous experience in providing legal aid in Gujarat, will step in with a  multi-faceted team of lawyers and volunteers to ensure that these people receive a fair chance while filing claims across 15 of the worst affected districts. Your contribution can help cover the costs of a legal team, travel, documentation and technological expenses. Donate Now!

 

 

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