Hindu outfit gives Gurugram administration 5-day ultimatum for identification of illegal immigrants

A week ago, a Hindu outfit had held a panchayat in Manesar, asking the authorities to evict illegal immigrants. It had also called for a boycott of Muslim shopkeepers.

On Tuesday, the representatives of the panchayat reached the Mini Secretariat here, seeking information as to what action has been taken by the administration to start the process of identifying illegal immigrants.

The representatives met City Magistrate Darshan Yadav and submitted a memorandum to him, giving a five-day ultimatum to the administration.

The panchayat members said that another Mahapanchayat of 70 villages in Manesar will be organised on the issue if the identification process is not started soon.

A decision will also be taken to start a movement against illegal immigrants, he said.

Hindu leader Dharmender Yadav, who was a part of the delegation, said, “We are not making any wrong demands. It is the moral responsibility of every patriot to raise his voice against anti-national activities. We are working to fulfil this responsibility.

“We met the officials of the administration to inquire about the action taken so far. Many illegal immigrants are staying in Manesar. They have set up establishments in the names of Hindu deities. So, we had asked for an inquiry and to evict those found staying illegally. We are hopeful that the administration will take action.”

On July 3, a Hindu outfit had held a panchayat and asked the administration to conduct an inquiry within a week.




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