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Jun 10, 2016

Four fined 2m/- for contravening immigration procedures

THE Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam sentenced three Indians and a Kenyan three years imprisonment or pay a fine of 2m/-. The accused paid the fine and were set free.They were Joseph Varghese Therattil (45), Head of Finance, Tina Bharat Hemraj Shah (32), Accounts Assistant, Mohamed Yasir Shaikh (37), Reprographic Expert and Ameet Rohit Gohel (31), a project manager.
Senior Resident Magistrate, Huruma Shaidi, convicted the accused after pleading guilty to charges which were read against them. “Because the accused do not have past criminal record, therefore, each accused should pay a fine of 500,000/- in case of default to go to jail for three years,” ordered Magistrate Shaidi.
A prosecutor with the Immigration Department, Method Kagoma, alleged that on May 5, this year, at the Copy Cat Tanzania Limited, Ilala District, Therattil and Shah, being citizens of India and Kenya were found working as a head of finance and accounting assistant respectively, failing to comply with conditions specified in their resident permit.
According to Kagoma, Therattil’s working permit allowed him to work as a general manager while Shah failed to comply with a resident permit no RPB045900 which permitted her to work as an international network specialist.

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