Will identify and deport every illegal immigrant as per international law Amit

first_imgNew Delhi: “It is a very good question. The NRC is part of the Assam Accord and was also in (BJP’s) election manifesto based on which the government has came to power. The government will identify illegal immigrants living on every inch of the country’s soil and will deport them as per the international law,” Shah said in the Upper House. The Centre will identify illegal immigrants staying in any part of the country and deport them as per international law, Home Minister Amit Shah said in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. The minister was replying to a supplementary query by Samajwadi Party member Javed Ali Khan on whether the National Register of Citizens will be implemented in other states as well. Currently, the NRC is being updated under the strict monitoring of the Supreme Court in Assam and July 31 has been set as a deadline for final publication of the registered data.(With inputs from DNA)last_img read more

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first_imgNew Delhi: “It is a very good question. The NRC is part of the Assam Accord and was also in (BJP’s) election manifesto based on which the government has came to power. The government will identify illegal immigrants living on every inch of the country’s soil and will deport them as per the international law,” Shah said in the Upper House. The Centre will identify illegal immigrants staying in any part of the country and deport them as per international law, Home Minister Amit Shah said in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday. The minister was replying to a supplementary query by Samajwadi Party member Javed Ali Khan on whether the National Register of Citizens will be implemented in other states as well. Currently, the NRC is being updated under the strict monitoring of the Supreme Court in Assam and July 31 has been set as a deadline for final publication of the registered data.(With inputs from DNA)last_img read more

CN Rail to spend 315 million to upgrade Ontario operations

TORONTO — CN Rail says it plans to invest about $315 million in Ontario this year to expand and strengthen the company’s rail network across the province.The company says planned projects include upgrades at CN’s intermodal terminal in Brampton northwest of Toronto — the company’s largest such facility — and the construction of a new train passing siding east of Sioux Lookout.The company also plans to replace some 145 kilometres of rail, install more than 380,000 new railroad ties and rebuilds some 60 road crossing surfaces.CP and CN Rail renewing grain hopper fleets after passage of Bill C-49Canadian railways offer $15,000 signing bonuses to woo workers amid labour shortageCN says it will also perform maintenance work on bridges, culverts, signal systems and other track infrastructureThe Ontario investments are part of CN’s $3.4 billion capital program for 2018, which include a new train passing siding in the company’s corridor linking Toronto and Winnipeg.“We are investing for the long haul with these projects to boost capacity and network resiliency to meet growing demand across our economy,” said CN Eastern Region vice-president Michael Farkouh.“Our substantial investments to renew our existing railway infrastructure underscores our commitment to operating safely..” read more

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TORONTO — CN Rail says it plans to invest about $315 million in Ontario this year to expand and strengthen the company’s rail network across the province.The company says planned projects include upgrades at CN’s intermodal terminal in Brampton northwest of Toronto — the company’s largest such facility — and the construction of a new train passing siding east of Sioux Lookout.The company also plans to replace some 145 kilometres of rail, install more than 380,000 new railroad ties and rebuilds some 60 road crossing surfaces.CP and CN Rail renewing grain hopper fleets after passage of Bill C-49Canadian railways offer $15,000 signing bonuses to woo workers amid labour shortageCN says it will also perform maintenance work on bridges, culverts, signal systems and other track infrastructureThe Ontario investments are part of CN’s $3.4 billion capital program for 2018, which include a new train passing siding in the company’s corridor linking Toronto and Winnipeg.“We are investing for the long haul with these projects to boost capacity and network resiliency to meet growing demand across our economy,” said CN Eastern Region vice-president Michael Farkouh.“Our substantial investments to renew our existing railway infrastructure underscores our commitment to operating safely..” read more