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Hand-held GPS, common database soon as Assam looks to overhaul illegal immigrant detection system
Saddled with a mess of mismanaged data and multiple faulty investigations, the BJP-led government in Assam is set to introduce several changes in the way it conducts field investigations and manages information of suspected illegal immigrants, mostly ‘Bangladeshis’.

  Saddled with a mess of mismanaged data and multiple faulty probes, the BJP-led government in Assam is set to introduce several changes in the way it conducts field investigations and manages information of suspected illegal migrants, mostly ‘Bangladeshis’.

Bhaskar Jyoti Mahanta, special director general of police (border), said the field personnel of the specialised branch of Assam police which deals with detection of illegal migrants in the state, will soon be armed with a handheld device to capture details of suspects to check cases of faulty spot investigations.

Simultaneously, the Border Organisation has finalised plans to make a common database to deal with the lack of a platform for seamless exchange of data between various departments who deal with illegal migrants.
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