BJP puts illegal migrants on notice

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  1. parijataka

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    BJP puts illegal migrants on notice

    Atmosphere surcharged in Assam after the newly-elected Assam BJP MPs issued an ultimatum to illegal immigrants to start voluntarily leaving Assam.Announcing to start the campaign to drive out illegal Bangladeshi migrants from his home constituency Jorhat, BJP MP Kamakhya Prasad Tasha told reporters, “The campaign will be initiated by Bharatiya Janata Yuva Marcha (BJYM), the youth wing of the party, within the next 15 days. In a first phase of the campaign, we will appeal to illegal immigrants to leave our land voluntarily in next 15 days. We are also going to launch a house-to-house campaign urging people not to engage these immigrants in any kind of work.”

    After the extended office-bearers’ meet held at the Kaziranga convention centre, Mr Tasha, a leader from tea-tribe community, said, “The decision was taken at a meeting of the office bearers which was chaired by Union minister of state for sports and youth affairs, skill development and entrepreneurship (Independent Charge) Sarbananda Sonowal.”

    Mr Sonowal, who is also the Assam BJP president, said, “I had a meeting with Kiren Rijiju, Union minister of state for home affairs, regarding flushing out of illegal immigrants from Assam.”Informing that government will establish more foreigners’ tribunals to identify and deport immigrants from the state, Mr Sonowal said, “The party has deliberately selected Kaziranga for its officer bearers meet to send a strong message to illegal migrants who are encroaching the national park for quite some time.”The BJP also chose this venue for meeting to register opposition of the party against the state government’s alleged failure in stopping rampant killing of precious rhino in the national park.
     
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  3. Vishwarupa

    Vishwarupa Senior Member Senior Member

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    These illegal immigrates from BD should be sent out the country not just from Assam. these BD might go to other part of India where they are welcomed like UP, Bihar, West bengal or some other parts of India where they are safe.

    Govenment should take their photos & circulate it to all the states so that they are not spared. If they manage to settle down somewhere that area MP should be summoned & warned.
     
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    SLASH Senior Member Senior Member

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    How easy/ difficult is it for officials to differntiate between bengali muslim and Bangladeshi muslim?
     
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    There is a legal frame work established by the SC which should be followed. The Congress Govt. for obvious reasons never followed it up properly.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illegal_Migrants_(Determination_by_Tribunal)_Act_(IMDT)

    The same gentleman from BJP was responsible for going to to the SC against the IMDT act enacted by the Congress Govt led by Indira Gandhi.

    From the above Wiki article

     
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    BJP move to deport migrants

    Kohora, May 31: Kamakhya Prasad Tasa, the newly elected BJP MP from Jorhat, will launch a campaign to deport illegal migrants from his constituency.

    Tasa told this to reporters on the sidelines of the extended office-bearers’ meet after the election held at the Kaziranga convention centre here.

    “The campaign will be initiated by Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, the youth wing of the party within the next 15 days. In the first phase of the campaign, we will appeal to illegal immigrants to leave our land and also launch a house-to-house movement urging people not to engage these immigrants in any kind of work,” Tasa said.

    The campaign can be seen as the outcome of Narendra Modi’s ultimatum to the illegal immigrants to leave the country after May 16.

    Today’s meet was organised to work out plans for the party’s strategy for the municipality elections and review the results of the party in the Lok Sabha election and assess the cause for being unsuccessful despite putting up a tough fight in the constituencies where the BJP candidates lost.

    State BJP president and Union minister of state, independent charge for sports and youth affairs, skill development and entrepreneurship, Sarbananda Sonowal, addressed a news conference after the meet.

    He said they chose Kaziranga as the venue for the meet to send a strong message to illegal migrants who have been encroaching the national park for quite some time.

    It was also chosen as a symbol of protest against the state government’s alleged failure to stop the menace of rhino killing in the national park.

    “A lot of concern has been displayed by several indigenous organisations of the state regarding the killing of the one-horned rhino and the presence of a large number of suspected Bangladeshi migrants that is threatening the very existence of Kaziranga National Park. But ironically the state government blatantly denied the issue as baseless, and even conspired to provide safeguards to them,” Sonowal said. “We will go to the root of the poaching that is going unabated and no one will be spared, including bureaucrats or even ministers, if found guilty,” Sonowal added.

    Sonowal said he had a meeting with Kiren Rijiju, Union minister of state for home affairs, regarding flushing out of illegal immigrants.

    The government will establish the maximum number of foreigners’ tribunals to identify and deport the Bangladeshi immigrants, he added. Sonowal said the new president of the party would be selected through a democratic process.

    Altogether 120 delegates attended today’s meet from 36 district committees, including all the MLAs and four of the newly elected MPs of the party. The Golaghat district unit of the BJP imposed a ban on forest minister Rakibul Hussain from entering Kaziranga, alleging his inaction in controlling poaching inside the park. The BJP has also threatened dire consequences if the minister tries to enter the park.

    BJP move to deport migrants
     
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    :thumb::clap::clap::clap::bhangra::peace:
     
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    I don't understand how can an MP initiate such a measure. It is duty of the government and not of individuals to throw out immigrants.
     
  9. Eastman

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    As a first step those who have already prepared their papers to proof as an Indian citizen should be rectified, as we know bureaucratic corruption is not a very uncommon phenomenon in the office bearer, in a land where money talks, everything can happen, authorities should be given riders those who accept irregularities on their part of work in processing the required documents and those who fail to do the same, should be dealt with stiff penalties, some thing like the declaration of income tax and wealth scheme.

    I say so because when I visited my regional passport office, I was surprised to see the kind of crowd applying for passport.

    Every single Permanent Residential Certificate holder/ passport and other such documents that can prove their citizenship should be ratified briefly, with a notice those who fail to pass the verification process will be dealt with liberal manner, including those who helped them to acquire the required documents with a rider if they confess in advance and help the authorities instead.
     
  10. fyodor

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    These damm immigrants are one hell of a problem for India. Estimates are that there are 40 million of these rodents spread across India. Most of them concentrated in Assam And West Bengal. Throw these roaches out or else be ready for another Kashmir in Assam.
     
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    NIA Immigration detection cell? maybe.
     

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