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Immigration officials insisted on Monday the order to expel Indian businessman Sathit Sehgal over his alleged involvement in anti-government activities was based on legal principles. 

The reasons were explained to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)’s sub-committee on civil and political rights which was seeking justification for the expulsion order from the agencies involved in issuing it.

The NHRC had invited Centre of Maintaining Peace and Order director Chalerm Yubamrung to testify before the hearing but he turned down the invitation.

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