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Three FIRs lodged against retired policeman in Kargil war veteran case

The complaints were filed against retired sub-inspector Chandramal Das of the Assam Border Police at the Boko police station by three persons, whose names appeared as witnesses in Sanaullah’s statement, they said.

india Updated: Jun 04, 2019 01:05 IST
Press Trust of India
Press Trust of India
Rangia, Assam
Sanaullah, who had won a president’s medal, was declared a “foreigner” by the Foreigners Tribunal, Kamrup, following a case registered in 2008 after his name was listed as a “D” (doubtful) voter.
Sanaullah, who had won a president’s medal, was declared a “foreigner” by the Foreigners Tribunal, Kamrup, following a case registered in 2008 after his name was listed as a “D” (doubtful) voter.(FilePhoto)

Three separate FIRs have been lodged against a retired policeman, who had verified the documents and recorded the statement of Mohammad Sanaullah, a former Army officer, declared a “foreigner” and lodged in a detention centre in Assam, officials said on Monday.

The complaints were filed against retired sub-inspector Chandramal Das of the Assam Border Police at the Boko police station by three persons, whose names appeared as witnesses in Sanaullah’s statement, they said.

Mohammad Kuran Ali, Suwahan Ali and Ajmal Ali alleged in the FIRs that Das, who was investigating Sanaullah’s case, did not call them for giving any statement or sign on any document as witnesses, said officer in-charge, Boko police station Jogen Barman. The three claimed that they came to know that they were made witnesses to Sanaullah’s statement from the social media, he said. We registered three cases against Das under various sections of the IPC, he said.

Sanaullah, who had won a president’s medal, was declared a “foreigner” by the Foreigners Tribunal, Kamrup, following a case registered in 2008 after his name was listed as a “D” (doubtful) voter. After the verdict of the tribunal, Sanaullah, a resident of Kolohikash village in Kamrup district, was lodged in a detention camp in Goalpara. The three persons, in their complaints, also said Sanaullah was a genuine Indian citizen and was being “harassed by the Assam Border Police, which has conspired to declare him a doubtful voter”.

Sanaullah’s lawyer Aman Wadud said when the Foreigners Tribunal heard the case, the retired Army personnel was deployed in Manipur and had not given any statement in court.

The Kargil war veteran’s family members have decided to file a case in the Gauhati HC against the Assam Border Police and Das for allegedly conspiring to declare Sanaullah a “foreigner”.

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