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SC asks Centre if particular person orders cancelling visas have been served to international attendees of Tablighi Jamaat meet; matter posted for two July – India News , Firstpost

Thirty-four foreigners from 15 international locations, who had attended the Tablighi Jamaat meet in March, approached the Supreme Court claiming they weren’t issued particular person orders concerning blacklisting and FIRs

The Supreme Court on Monday requested the Centre if particular person orders have been issued for the cancellation of visas of over 2,500 international nationals who attended the Tablighi Jamaat meet in Delhi.

A three-judge Bench, headed by Justice AM Khanwilkar, made the comment whereas adjourning the listening to of a plea difficult the Centre’s order to blacklist these foreigners for 10 years for violating visa circumstances, Live Law reported.

Thirty-four foreigners from 15 international locations, who had attended the Nizamuddin Markaz meet in March, had approached the Supreme Court claiming they weren’t issued particular person orders concerning blacklisting and FIRs.

Even because the petitioners’ counsel Singh contended that the blacklisting of people was introduced by way of a press launch, the Bench requested the Centre to furnish the order mandating the blacklisting of people.

The judges additionally requested why the international nationwide haven’t been deported but.

FIRs have been filed in opposition to the international nationals and their passports have been impounded, Singh instructed the Bench, additional urging them to contemplate the case on humanitarian grounds.

“If there may be visa violation, you need to ship them again to their nation. Their house international locations are asking for them to be despatched again, embassies are additionally enquiring about this,” Singh stated, in keeping with Bar and Bench.

The petitioners have sought a reversal of orders blacklisting the international nationals. Reinstatement of their visas and facilitating their return to house international locations has additionally been demanded.

“The impugned choice, by its very unilateral nature, infringes the precept of pure justice, significantly audi alteram partem by blacklisting the stated foreigners current in India with out first granting a possibility of being heard or discover of any type, and resultantly depriving the aggrieved international nationals of their proper of locomotion and travelling again to the nation of their citizenship,” stated the plea filed by a Thai lady, who’s seven months pregnant.

The lady additionally claimed within the petition that she was launched from quarantine in late May however continues to be at a facility below restricted actions, with out the avenue to return to her nation and expertise the delivery of her youngster with safety and dignity, together with her family members.

The matter was additional posted for listening to on 2 July, after the conflicting claims by the Centre and petitioners about serving of the plea’s copy. While Singh claimed the petition’s copy was supplied to the Centre, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta denied being served the plea.

On 2 April, the house ministry had blacklisted 960 foreigners of 35 international locations for taking part within the Tablighi Jamaat meet. Further, 2,500 foreigners in India have been blacklisted for a similar cause on 4 April. A common route was issued to states and Union Territories to file FIRs in opposition to these people.

In the petition, the foreigners additionally stated that the orders have been handed with out listening to them, which is restrictive of their rights below Article 21 of the Indian Constitution.

With inputs from PTI

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