As per the court order, the government can send them back as soon as the paperwork to send them is completed.
Supreme Court on Rohingya Refugees: The Supreme Court in its order said that the state government has detained 150 Rohingya refugees in Jammu and they can be sent back to Myanmar as per rules.
The court said in its order that the state government has detained 150 Rohingya refugees in Jammu and they can be sent back to Myanmar as per rules. In fact, a public interest petition demanded that Rohingya refugees should not be sent back to Myanmar because they are in danger of life there.
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But the Supreme Court rejected the petition saying that following the procedure and rules of sending foreign nationals or refugees back to their country, the Indian government can send them back to Myanmar. That is, the Rohingya refugees caught in Jammu will not be released at present. As per the court order, the government can send them back as soon as the paperwork to send them is complete. After this order of the Supreme Court, the way of sending back the rest of Rohingya refugees has also been cleared.Also read: – ‘Teacher’ Narendra Modi gave students a lesson on exam by referring to Lata Mangeshkar
What happened at the last hearing?
At the last hearing, advocate Prashant Bhushan on behalf of the petitioner stated that the children of Rohingya community are killed, crippled and sexually abused. He said that the Myanmar army has failed to honor the international humanitarian law. On behalf of the Center, Solicitor General Tushar Mehta had said that the counsel for the petitioner is talking about the problems of Myanmar here.
Know what is the whole matter after all
More than 155 Rohingya have been kept in the holding setter in Jammu. These Rohingyas went to get their papers checked on the call of the police. But after a day-long investigation, the Jammu and Kashmir Police allowed some people to go home. But the Rohingya, who gathered in large numbers, were sent to the ‘holding center’. The sub-jail in Kathua district which is in Hiranagar is currently a ‘holding center’ for Rohingya. All have been kept there.