Centre wants to deport Rohingyas Muslims, Umar Abdullah denied the Intelligence report

Indian government stand over the Rohingya immigrants has been cleared. On, Monday the center clearly said to Supreme Court of India that Rohingya immigrants are threats to national security. Center has been filed an affidavit over the deportation of Rohingya immigrants to the Supreme Court.

The Home Minister of the Nation Rajnath Singh said that the Supreme Court will take a call on the central government’s plans to deport Rohingya Muslims, who entered the country “illegally”. “An affidavit has been filed. Whatever decision is to be taken, it will be taken by the court.”

Rohingya Muslims were “illegal” immigrants in the country and that their continuous stay posed “serious national security ramifications.”

According to the emergence reports, the center’s demand of Rohingya’s deportation is on the behalf of Intelligence Reports, which suggested that  links of some Rohingya immigrants with Pakistan-based terror groups. The center said to the Apex court that there is more possibilities of violence could erupt between Muslims and Buddhist in India. Rohingyas that have militant background were already active in places like Jammu, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mewat and are a potential threat to internal security.

However, the former Chief Minister of Jammu & Kashmir, Umar Abdullah criticize the center’s stand over the Rohingya row and denied that there is no such Intelligence report, today he said that the Centre’s stand that Rohingya Muslims are a security threat is a post-2014 development, at least in his home state. where a large section of Rohingya refugees from Myanmar have been living for a long time.

“This threat, at least in J&K, is a post-2014 development. No such intelligence reports ever came up for discussion in Unified HQ meetings,” the National Conference leader tweeted shortly after the Centre told the Supreme Court the Rohingya Muslims are “illegal” immigrants in the country and their countinous stay posed “serious national security ramifications”.



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