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Oct 13 1960 (HC)

Bhaktiarkhan Khwaja Nausadkhan Vs. the Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-13-1960

Reported in : AIR1961Guj109; (1961)GLR57

..... force or compulsion is irrelevant. it is nobody's case that he got himself registered for the purpose of renouncing his citizenship of india. he, therefore, continued to be a citizen of india as laid down in arts. 5 and 10 of the constitution until september 1953 when he was deported. it is not in dispute that when he went to pakistan he did ..... another country, shall upon such acquisition or as the case may be, suchcommencement, cease to be a citizen of india. ac-cording to the respondents, the appellant in this case acquired the citizenship of pakistan before the act came into operation, but, after the constitution came into force. sub-sections (2), of section9 then provides that if any question arises as to whether ..... the jurisdiction of civil courts to decide the question whether a person has lost his citizenship by acquiring the citizenship of another country. as i have pointed out, article 10 of the; constitution categorically lays down that every person who is or is deemed to be a citizen of india shall continue to be a citizen subject to the provisions of any law that ..... was in error who on a mere consideration of article 5 of the constitution has held that the appellant was not a citizen of india. 9. it was, however contended by mr. nanavati that appellant had after his deportation to pakistan acquired citizenship of that country and thereby lost is citizenship of this country. he-based this argument upon the fact that alter the .....

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