CJP reaches out to the family of Dalit woman in Assam’s detention camp CJP will continue to help more hapless citizens like her

16, Apr 2021 | CJP Team

60 year old Shanti Basfore, who belongs to a small Dalit Community in Assam, has been jailed in the Kokrajhar Detention camp since May 2019. Even though she had all valid documents, poverty and lack of education made her fail to appear before the Foreigners’ Tribunals, when she was sent a Notice.
She was then declared a foreigner ex parte and sent to the Detention Camp.
When her daughter Champa Basfore contacted the CJP team, we decided to help her secure the release of her mother from the detention camp,
CJP will continue to help more hapless citizens like Champa and Shanti Basfore who on the receiving end of the citizenship crisis in Assam.

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