Delhi High Court
Justice Navin Chawla, while providing notice to the Bureau of Migration and the Central Passport Organization seeking their response, likewise asked them to see how the concern can be fixed and noted the matter for hearing on October 20.
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The Delhi High Court on Wednesday looked for reaction of the Bureau of Migration and the Central Passport Company on a senior’s plea declaring that for the past 11 years whenever he takes a trip abroad he is subjected to harassment and interrogation at the airport due to an LOC against his name.
Each time after the interrogation, the authorities are satisfied he is not the one versus whom the look out circular (LOC) is issued, but the entire thing is duplicated when he travels abroad the next time, he stated.
” After every such interrogation, the immigration authorities conclude that they mistakenly recognized the petitioner (Agarwal) as the person versus whom the stated LOC had actually been issued.,” the petition has actually said.
It has likewise declared that vide different emails dated August 31, 2017 and March 14, 2018, the Immigrants Regional Registration Officers of Mumbai and New Delhi ensured him that restorative steps have actually been taken to ensure that he is not interrogated during international travel.
Apart from rectification of any adverse remarks on his passport, Agarwal has likewise sought quashing of any LOC released against him and damages “for the years of unnecessary harassment” gone through by him.