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Kerala to set up NRI commission for non-resident Keralites

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By Newsgram Staff Writer

For the ease of NRIs, Kerala government will set up an NRI commission to deal with the issues relating to visa cheating and criminal offences against the life and property of non-resident Keralites (NRK), Kerala Governor P.Sathasivam’s said during an address to the state assembly on Friday.

“Visa cheating and criminal offences against the life and property of non-resident Keralites (NRK) has become a very serious problem today. My government has decided to establish a NRI Commission to deal with such cases exclusively and effectively,” said Sathasivam.

Sathasivam pointed out that Kerala is hugely indebted to the NRK’s for their contribution to Kerala. “The total remittance of NRK’s to Kerala is more than Rs.90,000 crores, over and above the NRK deposits of about Rs.97,400 crores in the various financial institutions as on 30th September last year,” he added.

The NRI Commission would have the status of a quasi-judicial body and the diaspora could engage lawyers, who would be appearing before the Commission on their behalf.

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Center Issues Another LoC in NRI Matrimonial Dispute

The decision to issue the LoC was taken by the Integrated Nodal Agency (INA), headed by Rakesh Srivastava, Secretary, WCD.

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The Ministry of Women and Child Development (WCD) on Tuesday said it has decided to issue another Look-out Circular (LoC) in a NRI matrimonial dispute.
Center issues another LoC in NRI Matrimonial case. Pixabay

The Ministry of Women and Child Development (WCD) on Tuesday said it has decided to issue another Look-out Circular (LoC) in a NRI matrimonial dispute.

The Ministry also decided to impound the passport of one person as per provisions of the Passport Act related to the matter.

The decision to issue the LoC was taken by the Integrated Nodal Agency (INA), headed by Rakesh Srivastava, Secretary, WCD.

The Ministry of Women and Child Development (WCD) on Tuesday said it has decided to issue another Look-out Circular (LoC) in a NRI matrimonial dispute.
NRI Dispute case. Pixabay

The LoC will be issued after having the case scrutinised by the National Commission for Women (NCW) which was nominated as the coordinating agency at the national level for dealing with issues pertaining to NRI marriages.

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In criminal matters involving NRIs, the LoC could be issued by the INA in cognizable offences, when the overseas husband is deliberately evading arrest or not appearing in the trial court despite non-bailable warrants and other coercive measures or if there is a likelihood that he will leave the country to evade trial or arrest.

Last month, the Ministry had issued five LoCs after examining the complaints received regarding NRI matrimonial disputes. (IANS)

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