'Government should not spend our donation money on Tablighi Jamaat members'
'Government should not spend our donation money on Tablighi Jamaat members'

Guwahati: A man from Baksa in the northeastern state of Assam has written to the government asking that his donation money should not be spent on people joining the Tabligi Jamaat. Actually, this letter has been written by Kamlesh Kumar Gupta, Member, Foreign Tribunal of Boxa, to Assam Health Minister Dr. Himanta Vishwa Sharma.

Giving the amount given on behalf of the other members of the tribunal, the attached members and the employees of the foreign tribunal, he wrote in the letter that our only request is that this assistance should not be extended to the violators, jihadis and ghettos of the Tablighi Jamaat. May our cooperation be used in the work of saving humanity. A total of 12 people have given funds through this letter. Pampa Chakraborty is also among these 12 people. Pampa had named Sanaullah, a retired army officer, as a foreigner even after 30 years of service in the army last year. Sanaullah was put into the Detention Center.

However, the Gauhati High Court later granted bail to Sanaullah. At present, the appeal on the decision of the Foreign Tribunal is under consideration. Many of the 12 people who have given their cooperation have said on the condition of anonymity that they had decided to give their one day salary. Gupta did not show him the letter. After admitting to the media, he admitted that he had written the letter.

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