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Assam detention camps : CJP strives to release and rehabilitate innocent citizens CJP helps release Zubeida Khatoon, a helpless woman who spent five years in detention camp

48-year-old Zubeida Khatoon from Manipurtup village, who was coming to terms with her husband’s death when the police picked her up and produced her before a Foreigners’ Tribunal (FT). The FT rejected the documents she submitted and sent her to the Jorhat detention camp, where she spent five years, leaving behind her then seven year…

असम: CJP ने डिटेंशन कैंपों से 9 कैदियों को दिलाई आजादी असम एनआरसी से बाहर हुए लोगों की मदद के लिए CJP लगातार प्रयत्नशील है

CJP ने राज्य के विभिन्न डिटेंशन कैंपों में बंद 9 लोगों को रिहा कराया। ये लोग अपने परिवार से मिलने की आशा में बहुत खुश हुए, यह CJP की एक बड़ी उपलब्धि है। असम की मदद करने मे हमारा साथ दीजिए। अधिक जानने के लिए यह वीडियो देखें। Related: CJP steps in to defend citizenship…

CJP locates ‘untraceable’ Assam detention camp inmate, helps her get bail Zubeida Khatoon had lost all hope after being forced to spend more than five years in captivity

48-year-old Zubeida Khatoon was just about coming to terms with her husband’s death when the police picked her up and produced her before a Foreigners’ Tribunal (FT). When the FT rejected the documents she submitted and sent her to a detention camp, Zubeida didn’t expect anyone to help her out of her misery. She only…

Watch: Inside detention camp for 3 years; CJP intervenes CJP is committed to help genuine Indian citizens facing the citizenship crisis

Lalit Thakur, a barber by profession, has been jailed in the Goalpara detention camp of Assam, since October 2016. His identity documents were burnt in the ethnic- communal clashes between indigenous Bodos and Bengali speaking people of Assam in 2012. He went on to live in a relief camp with his family after the clashes.…

CJP in Action: Three of a family released from Assam detention camp after four years! Many are still languishing behind bars despite being eligible for bail

Three people of a family; father, mother and son, were finally released from the Tezpur detention camp in Assam after CJP intervened in the case. They had been held in captivity for over four years and were unable to satisfy bail conditions despite being eligible for release. CJP’s Team Assam has been working relentlessly to…

CJP helps release two brothers from Assam detention camp CJP's Assam team battled legal formalities for four months to help release the brothers.

CJP has helped secure the release of two brothers from Assam’s detention camp. Samsul Ali and Abdur Rashid had been in the Goalpara detention camp for three years. In July 2019, the Supreme Court ruled that people who are in detention camps for three years or more would be freed on bail. But their path to…

Assam NRC: Detention Camp cuts food ration CJP Assam is working with the families of the detainees to help release them at the earliest

On May 2109, the Supreme Court of India ordered the release of detainees who have spent more than three years in captivity inside detention camps in Assam. But more than half of the detainees have still not been released due to the absence of competent representation. The Home Department of Assam has rejected a large…

SC offers Relief to Assam Detention Camp Inmates

Detention Camp survivor’s family pleads that they be spared further misery Sahera Khatun was released from Kokrajhar detention camp as per Supreme Court’s May 2019 order

CJP has been working tirelessly to provide legal aid to those defending their citizenship in Assam. In November we brought to you the story of Sahera Khatun of Satibar Gaon in Chirang District, who spent 3 years and 3 months at the Kokrajhar detention camp after being declared ‘foreigner’ a Foreigners Tribunal in Chirang. Now…

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