Ahmedabad: Amid Citizenship law protests across the country, a newborn in Gujarat's Vatva area has been issued certificates with the birthplace mentioned as \u201cPakistan railway crossing\u201d. \n\n\n\n18-month-old, Mohammed Uzerkhan, son of Arbazkhan Pathan and Mahekbanu Pathan, was born on October 1, 2018, at VS Hospital. \n\n\n\n\u201cWe got the birth certificate when my daughter-in-law was discharged from the hospital. We did not notice the error at that time\u2026 we have been trying to get it corrected but have not been able to,\u201d said the baby\u2019s grandfather. \n\n\n\n Sarfaraz Khan, great grandfather of the child said that this is a grave mistake as the references to the area in local parlance have got reflected in the official record. \n\n\n\n On Saturday, the matter was brought to the notice of Congress Behrampura corporator Badruddin Shaikh. \u201cIt is surprising that the doctor, who had signed the certificate, issued it before even looking at it. The officials must know that there is no area called Pakistan in Ahmedabad. The officials responsible for the error should be suspended,\u201d said Shaikh. \n\n\n\n\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?vVitF6VM50sM\n\n\n\n\n The crossing in the area is informally referred to as \u2018Pakistan crossing\u2019 as it is near a Muslim-dominated locality housing around 2,200 families referred to \u2018Chhota Pakistan\u2019. The area is officially named \u2018Vasant Gajendragadkar Nagar EWS Housing\u2019 named after the state\u2019s first general secretary of the Jan Sangh Party in Gujarat.