NRC in Assam: Key 'witnesses' against ex-armyman Mohammad Sanaullah claim they were never called by police
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NRC in Assam: Key 'witnesses' against ex-armyman Mohammad Sanaullah claim they were never called by police

By Firstpost calender  04-Jun-2019

NRC in Assam: Key 'witnesses' against ex-armyman Mohammad Sanaullah claim they were never called by police

In yet another development in the controversial case of Mohammad Sanaullah — an ex-army man who has been declared a “foreigner” and sent to a detention camp in Assam — three people, who were mentioned as key witnesses against him by the police, have filed three separate cases against the investigation officer Chandramal Das.
Amjad Ali Ahmed , Kuran Ali and Sahaban Ali — residents of Boko in Kamrup district — are mentioned as the key witnesses against Mohammad Sanaullah’s Indian citizenship in the case no- 1978/2016 registered at Foreigners' Tribunal-2. Now, the “witnesses” have claimed that neither were they called by the police to give any statement nor had they gone to the police in connection with the case ever.
Mohammad Sanaullah, an ex-armyman who has been declared as a 'foreigner'. News18
The First Information Report, registered at the Boko Police Station in Kamrup district reads, “In the FT case no- 1978/16, I have been mentioned as a witness. The investigation officer Chandramal Das has used my name as the witness and also have added a statement in my name without my knowledge and consent. Not only this, he has forged my signature below the statement. So, I am requesting you to take necessary action against the accused.”

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