Rohingya Muslims in India are illegal immigrants & pose security threat: Centre tells SC
Monday, 18 September 2017 The Centre today told the Supreme Court that the Rohingya Muslims are "illegal" immigrants in the country and their countinous stay posed "serious national security ramifications". The Centre's affidavit, filed in the apex court Registry, said the fundamental right to reside and settle in any part of the country is available to citizens only and illegal refugees cannot invoke the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court to enforce the right.
While questioning various organizations who are objecting to the deportation of Rohingyas, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh made his stand clear and said that Rohingya Muslims are not refugees as they are illegal immigrants from Myanmar hence objections to deport them are baseless since Myanmar has...
Kohima (Nagaland) , Oct. 12 : Rohingyas also pose a serious threat to the security of India's north-eastern state Nagaland as around 2,000 local Muslims have... newKerala.com - IndiaAlso reported by •IndiaTimes