The resolutions were moved by JD(U) legislator Kh Joykishan on Friday, the last day of the budget session of the state assembly.
The controversial National Register of Citizens (NRC) now resonates in Manipur that shares a border with Myanmar.
The 200 Foreigners’ Tribunals (FTs) were to become functional from September 1, 2019, as a consequence of a May 2019 Supreme Court order.
Alarmed by the alleged influx of illegal immigrants from Bangladesh, Nepal and Myanmar, 19 tribal outfits of Manipur urged the Centre to detect and deport of the foreigners.
Hajela, who is an IAS officer, is currently serving in his home state of Madhya Pradesh.
A bench of Justices Siddharth Mridul and Rajnish Bhatnagar asked the counsel appearing for Imam to place before it the documents concerning another FIR, registered in Uttar Pradesh.
The petitioner’s counsel, senior advocate Bishwajit Deb, submitted before the court that those whose names were included in the NRC supplementary list were denied Aadhaar.
The petitioners, Sanjoy Dey and his son Anoowabh, appealed to the court to ensure that their locked biometrics were released to enable them to apply for their Aadhar cards.
'Till now, the Government has not taken any decision to prepare National Register of Indian Citizens (NRIC) at the national level,' MoS Home Rai said in a written reply to a question.
Don't hand over any papers, unless they are engaged in voter list updation, she said to the people of Kolkata.
The process of NRC update was started in Assam following a Supreme Court order in 2013 and since then, the apex court has closely monitored the entire process.
They fear the illegal Bangladeshi immigrants would now migrate to the two states to avoid action against them in Assam.
Aowal also asked all people living outside Assam and media not to run speculative stories and spread rumours regarding the NRC.
Sajid Ali Ahmed, who is the grandson of late Ekramuddin Ahmed, brother of Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, has been excluded with his father Giauddin Ahmed, mother Akima and brother Wajid.
Ever since the draft was released, the Opposition has been at loggerheads with the BJP-led Centre and questioning as to where these 40 lakh people would go.
NRC process conducted in fair, transparent manner; everyone will get chance to appeal: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh
Rajnath Singh said no coercive action will be taken against anyone in any situation and condemned attempts to create an atmosphere of fear.
Rajnath Singh said that the draft NRC has been prepared in accordance with the law and under the supervision of the Supreme Court.
Shah said the process for NRC, whose mandate is to identify illegal immigrants, was started in 2005, when the UPA was in power, but the government lacked the courage "to throw out Bangladeshis."
Contemplating to take biometrics details of over 40 lakh people excluded from NRC draft: Centre to Supreme Court
The Centre told the SC that some states, including West Bengal, have fears that people whose name has not found mention in the second and final draft NRC, will migrate to other states.
The apex court directed the Centre to formulate SOP and place before it for approval and said it should be fair and giving reasonable opportunity to contest exclusion.