For 27 years, Pakistani made India home; now deported

MUMBAI: Siraj Khan (37), who claims to have strayed into India as a 10-year-old boy, was once deported to Pakistan on Monday through the Attari border checkpoint in Punjab after a court ruled that he have been staying right here illegally.
Khan lived in India for 27 years and had settled in Antop Hill after marrying Sajida, an Indian. They have three youngsters. After a failed battle to keep Khan right here, Sajida has stayed again with the children and works as a space help.

“A staff of seven from RA Kidwai Marg police station took him to New Delhi and from there to Amritsar to deport him through the Attari border,” said a senior police officer.

Khan had instructed the police that he had run away from his home in Pakistan fearing his father would scold him after failing in an exam. He sought after to visit his uncle’s home in Karachi, however took the wrong teach and reached Amritsar.

After a while there, he reached Gujarat, the place he found refuge in a youngsters’s remand home. When he grew to become 18 and was once launched, he came to Mumbai and began staying in the Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Marg area in central Mumbai. There he were given married to Sajida in 2005, and set to work as a waiter. They had three youngsters over time, and made a home in Antop Hill.

Khan was once booked for staying illegally for the first time in 2009. In 2013, the police said when a CID staff had raided Khan’s home in 2009, he had said he was once originally from Post Sarkul, Tal Chetpen, District Mansehra in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). But he may just no longer produce any document to end up it.

On January 4, 2014, he was once convicted under the Foreigners Act, 1946, and Passport (Entry into India) Rules and sentenced to seven months in jail. The court later ordered that he be deported and requested the police to keep him under preventive detention. His family had said they had filed an application for Khan’s Indian citizenship and it was once pending.

On October 7, 2014, Khan allegedly fled from the police station premises, and a contemporary case was once registered in opposition to him under the Foreigner’s Act. If convicted, he could have were given up to five years’ imprisonment. “The state govt later withdrew this case because it sought after to deport him as per court order,” said an officer.

Meanwhile, Sajida and her legal professional filed an application ahead of the court, challenging the restriction over Khan’s motion, however may just no longer undo the deportation order. The case had dragged over years since Khan have been booked in any other one.

In December 2017, the Foreigner’s Regional Registration Officer (FRRO) passed an order restricting Khan’s actions throughout the police station premises. Finally, he was once deported on Monday.

For 27 years, Pakistani made India home; now deported For 27 years, Pakistani made India home; now deported Reviewed by kailash soni on March 14, 2018 Rating: 5
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