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The Supreme Court may consider the scope of going to the lower court for the foreigner who came to join the Tabligi Jamaat


new Delhi: Solicitor General Tushar Mehta has told the Supreme Court that foreign nationals who have come to join the Tablighi Jamaat who have been blacklisted due to violation of visa rules, can be considered by the Supreme Court on the scope of going to the lower court. During the hearing in the Supreme Court, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta said that the foreign nationals who came to join the Tablighi Jamaat in March 2020 were blacklisted by the Home Ministry.

Was blacklisted for violation of visa rules. Mehta told the Supreme Court that there is a condition for the issuance of visa. The Supreme Court can decide the law in this matter and the scope of the blacklisted foreigner to go to the lower court can be considered by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has adjourned the hearing to April 8.

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The Center on Monday requested the Supreme Court to examine the question relating to the scope of rights of a foreign national to approach local courts in case of violation of visa conditions. Ravikumar that the apex court can make a rule in this regard and it will have cascading ramifications for the country.

The top court was hearing petitions challenging the blacklisting orders barring citizens from 35 countries from traveling to India for 10 years for their alleged involvement in Tablighi Jamaat activities. . Mehta told the bench that the court should examine the question.

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Mehta told the bench, “The question that when a country issues a visa and there is a violation of visa conditions and when Article 19 does not apply to a foreigner, while Article 21 is applicable, in such a situation it is necessary to approach the local courts.” What will be the scope of their (foreigners’) rights? The bench asked Mehta to file his written note. Counsel for one of the petitioners in the matter said that they will file their written note on this. The bench posted the matter for next hearing on April 8. (input language)

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