New Delhi : Of the list of illegal foreign nationals staying here in Assam 70,000 are already missing before the deportation process even begins. As per the orders passed on by the apex court of the country, ten thousand illegal foreign migrants are already missing.
For delaying in providing information on the number and condition of the detention camps in Assam, the Supreme Court showed great displeasure on the state government of Assam for their laid back nature.
Assam’s Chief Secretary Alok Kumar wasn’t available at the Supreme Court to produce the reports on the present condition of the detention camps in India. For not following Supreme Court’s orders, the court showing displeasure on the chief secretary’s absence in the court.
In response to this the Apex court has intimidated a non-bailable arrest warrant against the Chief Secretary Alok Verma. The court has ordered the Chief Secretary to be present for the court hearing on the same issue on 8 April, 2019.
Human rights activist Harsh Mandore filed a petition in the Supreme Court mentioning about the deplorable condition at the detention centres. The Supreme Court took action after receiving the appeal from the human right activist.