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CJP helps release man after 12 years behind bars in Assam Jabed Ali served two sentences, 10 years for an unrelated matter and 2 years in detention camp

67-year old Jabed Ali walked out of the Kokrajhar Detention Camp in Assam on July 22, 2020, after spending a total of over 12 years in captivity, with CJP’s help. He is the 33rd person to be released from a detention camp due to CJP’s efforts. Watch this video to know his story. Related: Shocking!…

CJP helps Assam man walk free after 12 years behind bars! Jabed Ali served two consecutive sentences; 10-years for an unrelated matter and 2 years in detention camp

67-year old Jabed Ali walked out of the Kokrajhar Detention Camp in Assam on July 22, 2020, after spending a total of over 12 years in captivity. He is the 33rd person to be released from a detention camp due to CJP’s efforts. This is his story. Jabed Ali, a daily-wage labourer, hails from Nilibari village that falls under the…

Mother of five reunites with children after two years: CJP Assam Harbala Khatun is the 32nd inmate to be released from Assam's detention camp with CJP's help

Harbala Khatun was forced to spend over two years in a detention camp, away from her five sons, three of whom are minors, and her entire family. But with CJP’s help, she was released on conditional bail and stepped out of the Kokrajhar detention camp on June 24, and was once again united with them.…

How CJP helped 32 people walk out of Assam’s Detention Camps Here is the step-by-step procedure we followed to ensure their release on conditional bail

So far, CJP has been able to secure the release of 32 inmates from 4 detention camps in Assam on conditional bail. This was in line with two judgments of the Supreme Court. In order to accomplish this task, CJP followed all legal and bureaucratic processes and procedures. But before we take you through the…

CJP Assam: Reaching out to released detention camp inmates fighting poverty We are dedicated to fight for the impoverished who are trapped in the citizenship crisis

Till date, CJP Assam has managed to secure release of 32 inmates from Assam’s detention camps. Most of these recently released inmates come from very low income families, some have no source of income at all. CJP is continuing to keeping in touch with these people and helping them in any way we can. We…

CJP Assam: Reunites Inmate with daughters after two years in detention camp Rahman Ali was released from a detention camp after CJP’s intervention

39-year-old Rahman Ali hails from Moukhowa village that falls under the jurisdiction of the Manikpur police station in Bongaigaon district. He was declared ‘foreigner’ and sent to the Goalpara detention camp on May 22, 2018. Rahman left behind his wife Arjina Begum and three daughters Rinkuma, Rehana and Rojmina who was only 9 months old…

CJP helps reunite detention camp inmate with his daughters in Assam Rahman Ali was released from a detention camp after CJP’s intervention

On Tuesday June 2, Rahman Ali, a Goria Muslim man belonging to an indigenous group in Assam, was released on conditional bail from the Goalpara Detention Camp after CJP stepped in to organise sureties and complete his bail formalities. But the true reward lay in reuniting Rahman with his three daughters. 39-year-old Rahman Ali hails…

Watch: Four people released from Tezpur Detention Camp As of 31st May, 31 inmates has been released from the detention camps, with CJP's help

In yet another victory, CJP has been able to secure the release of three men and one woman from an Assam detention camp. The inmates were released on conditional bail in accordance with a Supreme Court order. Watch this video to know more about the recently released inmates and hear what CJP Team Assam has…

CJP Assam: Halima Begum released after 4 years in detention camp CJP stands with the defenceless Indians in Assam affected by the citizenship crisis.

On 22nd April, Halima Begum was released after spending almost 4 years inside an ill-kept detention camp. Now, freed from the camp, she has no place to call home. Her husband has re-married and her children lead independent lives. This forces her to depend on others for survival. Watch this video to know more. Related:…

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