The notice asked him to present his case before September 11 but the notice landed at his address late. He will now have to appear before the tribunal on October 13. He has been declared a "doubtful voter" by a Foreigners Tribunal which has summoned him to furnish proof of his nationality. "I request the Prime Minister, the President, and the Home Minister to end this harassment of a proper citizen", Haque told CNN-News18.
Interestingly, his wife, Mumtaz Begum, had to go through a similar situation back in 2012, when Azmal had been serving in Chandigarh. A foreigners' tribunal later held him an Indian citizen. Mohammad Azmal Hoque (above right), who retired as junior commissioned officer in 2016, joined the Army in 1986, DNA reported. "But it pains me when my daughter questions me if this is how the country treats those who serve it for so many years", he said.
"We produced all documents at the tribunal court that time".
After serving the Army for 30 years, a former Army man in Assam is accused of being a foreigner from Bangladesh.
Haque's lawyer, Aman Wadud, who is now gearing up to fight this case out in the tribunal took to Twitter on Saturday to expose how the retired Armyman was being humiliated.
According to records from 2015, the number of tribunals increased to 100 soon after the number of cases on alleged illegal migrants increased, according to India Today report.
The illegal infiltration of Bangladeshis has been a sensitive issue in Assam.
The Army's Eastern Command too has also pledged support to its retired officer. Local police questioning his nationality post retirement had caused unprecedented outrage on social media platforms with many linking the move to the officer being a Muslim in a BJP-ruled state. However, with the use of technology, the legacy data of National Register of Citizens (NRC) 1951 and electoral rolls up to March 24, 1971 have been digitsed and published and now every citizen of Assam has to find their ancestor details to claim their citizenship and large number of people have already done it. Unlike criminal cases, in cases related to the Foreigners' Tribunal, the onus of proving one's citizenship lies with the individual.
Bairstow was also striking the ball beautifully at the other end, reaching fifty in 48 balls shortly before Roy's departure. Despite all the Ben Stokes and Alex Hales drama that is surrounding them, England have been terrific at home.
"We demand answer for three generations of Gandhi family to people of Gujarat; to Sardar Patel; to Morarji Desai", Shah said. Amit Shah rubbished allegations made by Rahul Gandhi and said that the Gujarat Model has been a tremendous success.
Of course, Indonesia , with more than 100 active volcanoes , is no stranger to preparing for the increased seismic activity. The mountain, which sits about 70 kilometers northeast of Kuta, is among more than 120 active volcanoes in Indonesia .
It was another no-doubter for Stanton, who is the first player to reach 58 home runs since Ryan Howard with the Phillies in 2006. Kyle Freeland (11-11) gave up two runs and five hits in three innings in his first start since September 11 for the Rockies.
Demonstrations continued for a second week following President Trump's criticism of players who kneel during the anthem. The Ravens (2-1) might be in worse straits than the Steelers after they were pounded 44-7 by the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The President's visit to China will reciprocate a trip to the United States made in April by Chinese President Xi Jinping. He will also emphasise the importance of fair and reciprocal economic ties with America's trade partners.
According to the administration, more than 90 percent of the island now is now accessible; some 200 gas stations are open. The President highlighted the massive devastation that has played out in the nine days since Hurricane Maria hit.
Life on the island remains hard, however, with residents lining up in the sweltering heat to get gas, food and cash. Meanwhile, containers full of aid supplies are sitting in the port of San Juan , unable to be delivered.
Shocking map shows Maria winds lashing North Carolina
Maria was expected to move out into the Atlantic Ocean Wednesday night and Thursday, dissipating as it reached the open ocean. Maria was a Category 1 hurricane as it moved northward in the Atlantic, but it weakened to a tropical storm on Tuesday .
Carolina Panthers at New England Patriots
The Patriots defense is last in just about every category but this weekend they will make their move to come out of the basement. Come tomorrow afternoon, the Patriots will be 3-1, and will begin to take a solid hold of first place in the AFC East division.
Trump tells Puerto Rico
After more than a week of desperation, many were still unable to access essentials including food and water. FEMA director Brock Long admonished her for not being in closer contact with relief coordinators.
Wallabies send home trio to prepare for end of season tour
He continued: 'I've seen the footage, they've been going pretty good and I know how that New Zealand game can go against you. Rugby is a amusing game, now five games into a six-game tournament, we still don't know if the Springboks are good or bad.
Remmers not listed on injury report for Vikings
In the season opener against the Vikings Peterson was visibly upset with head coach Sean Payton after receiving limited carries. Even during his Pro Bowl year (2015), he ranked 33rd among 47 qualified players in yards per carry (4.0).
Bondi: OJ Simpson not welcome in Florida
But Simpson wasn't off the hook after the not guilty verdict; the families of Goldman and Brown filed suit for wrongful death. But he was found liable for their deaths in a civil case in 1997 and ordered to pay the victims' families $33.5 million.
House panel to consider children's health measure
Congress is expected to miss the September 30 deadline to renew the funds, but may take up the program next week. In anticipation of a delay in funding, a number of states began to dial back outreach last month.
Twitter Says It Shut Down Dozens Of Russian-Linked Bots
Twitter , for its part, said it supports "making political advertising more transparent to our users and the public". There were three accounts from Russia Today promoted 1,823 tweets that were potentially aimed at the U.S. market.