Giuseppe Valiante, Canadian Press, 13 July 2015
MONTREAL — A man who has been convicted of trafficking drugs and weapons and who has no citizenship from any country is expected to learn on Thursday whether he can have his release conditions relaxed.
Deepan Budlakoti, 25, asked a member of the Immigration and Refugee Board on Monday to ease the restrictions of his release because he says they are psychologically harmful and violate his constitutional rights.
Budlakoti says he is not an official citizen of any country and is considered a “non-status” person living in Canada.
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