The Gauhati High Court has asked the Superintendents of Police (SPs) of all the districts in Assam to ensure that the detenues having spent more than two years in detention camp is released on bail.
The high court directive came in connivance as with the Supreme Court order.
The Court has also sought compliance of several conditions including declaration of verifiable address of stay after release.
It also asked to capture and store the biometrics of the iris of both eyes and all ten finger prints and photos in a secured database before release from the detention centre concerned, Assam Tribune reported.
Those released on bail will have to give an undertaking that he or she will report once every week to the local police station or outpost and that they would notify any change of their address.
The High Court further ordered that the SPs will submit a quarterly report to the FTs concerned regarding appearance of the detenues.