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Union of India. It was applicable to the state of Assam only whereas in other states, detection of foreigners is done under The Foreigners Act, The Foreigners Act, defines a foreigner as a person who is not a citizen of India. Section 9 of the Act states that, where the nationality of a person is not evident as per preceding section 8, the onus of proving whether a person is a foreigner or not, shall lie upon such person. However, under the Illegal Migrants Determination by Tribunal IMDT Act, the burden of proving the citizenship or otherwise rested on the accuser and the police, not the accused. This was a major departure from the provisions of the Foreigners Act,

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Wikimedia Commons. So scrapping of the IMDT Act led to kneejerk reactions from about a dozen minor political parties in Assam which had been crying foul of harassment of minorities in Assam in the process and detection and illegal migrants as per Assam Accord and had considered IMDT Act as the saviour of minorities against such harassment.

Assam-based perfume mogul, Badruddin Ajmal then came to the forefront of the state's politics for the first time projecting himself as the messiah of religious minorities Muslims who were apprehending harassment in the wake of the scrapping of the IMDT Act. Resourceful Ajmal took lead in amalgamation of over 12 minority-dominated political groups to form Assam United Democratic Front AUDF in October to champion the cause of minorities in Assam and fight for protection of their interest in the state where problem of unabated illegal migration from Bangladesh has been threatening the identity and political rights of indigenous communities.

There started the journey of Ajmal and company in the political arena of Assam. The party gradually gained base among the immigrant Muslim population in the state at the expense of Congress.

Ajmal and his party launched a tirade against the Congress stating that the Congress despite being in the seat of power failed to prevent the scrapping of the IMDT Act thereby exposing the minorities mainly immigrant Muslims to harassment in the process of detection and deportation of illegal migrants in Assam.

The AIUDF also made inroads into the Congress' traditional base among the immigrant Muslim community by launching a campaign that all along the Congress has been interested only in the votes of the community but not in their welfare and protection.

The growing clout of the AIUDF made some of the Congress leaders in Assam jittery which wanted to have a tie-up with the Ajmal-led party in Assembly polls, but the then chief minister of Assam, Tarun Gogoi whose famous quote: "who is Badruddin" still rings, put his foot down and ruled out any ties with AIUDF reasoning that it would lead to wiping out of Congress among immigrant Muslim population for good.

In the last Assembly election on , AIUDF won lesser number of seats basically because of the division of minorities votes between the Congress and itself and resentment within the party over the selection of candidates in some of the constituencies. Many AIUDF leaders over the years joined Congress on being peeved at the way of functioning of Ajmal whose words are final in the party.

This will lead to the eradication of the apprehension prevailing in the minds of the bona fide Indian minority population in the state who are often branded as 'Bangladeshis'. It may be noted that as per Assam Accord illegal migrants coming to Assam after March 25, must be detected and deported irrespective of their religion. Find latest and upcoming tech gadgets online on Tech2 Gadgets. Popular gadgets including laptop, tablet and mobile specifications, features, prices, comparison.

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These concerns within the RSS stem amidst growing fears in a section of the Bengali speaking Hindu population in the state about their citizenship, if there names do not figure in the final list of NRC on Saturday. When the first list of the Assam NRC -- that identifies whether a person is an Indian or a foreigner -- was released last year, the names of over 41 lakh people didn't appear in it and a large section of them are believed to be Hindus. The government created this monster. Many foreigners have been included and many genuine citizens have been wrongly excluded in the list as a result of it," said Shankar Das, RSS in-charge of publicity in Assam. Even if one genuine citizen is left out, the process is deemed flawed," he said. It is a must exercise to know who are our real citizens. Our problem is so big that exercise like census does not suffice.

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Wikimedia Commons. So scrapping of the IMDT Act led to kneejerk reactions from about a dozen minor political parties in Assam which had been crying foul of harassment of minorities in Assam in the process and detection and illegal migrants as per Assam Accord and had considered IMDT Act as the saviour of minorities against such harassment. Assam-based perfume mogul, Badruddin Ajmal then came to the forefront of the state's politics for the first time projecting himself as the messiah of religious minorities Muslims who were apprehending harassment in the wake of the scrapping of the IMDT Act. Resourceful Ajmal took lead in amalgamation of over 12 minority-dominated political groups to form Assam United Democratic Front AUDF in October to champion the cause of minorities in Assam and fight for protection of their interest in the state where problem of unabated illegal migration from Bangladesh has been threatening the identity and political rights of indigenous communities. There started the journey of Ajmal and company in the political arena of Assam. The party gradually gained base among the immigrant Muslim population in the state at the expense of Congress. Ajmal and his party launched a tirade against the Congress stating that the Congress despite being in the seat of power failed to prevent the scrapping of the IMDT Act thereby exposing the minorities mainly immigrant Muslims to harassment in the process of detection and deportation of illegal migrants in Assam.

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