News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu
Published by: Karishma Chib
Updated Thu, 08 Apr 2021 11:55 AM IST
Rohingya of Jammu
– Photo: Amar Ujala
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The Supreme Court will move an order on this difficulty on Thursday whether or no more than 150 Rohingya Muslims kept in camps in Jammu should be sent to Myanmar. A 3-member bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobde will ship its verdict on Thursday on a petition in search of the launch of Rohingya Muslims held in the camp in Jammu. The petition has been filed by a person named Salimullah.
Advocate Prashant Bhushan, showing on behalf of Salimullah, had cited throughout the listening to final 12 months the judgment of the International Court of Justice that the lifetime of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar was threatened. In such a state of affairs, it’s a violation of human rights to report these individuals there.
Bhushan had stated that the state of affairs was dangerous in Myanmar proper now. In Myanmar, the military is killing a Rohingya baby and is being sexually assaulted. Those detained in Jammu have a refugee card and are going to be deported by the authorities.
At the identical time, it was stated by the central authorities that India can’t grow to be the capital of unlawful infiltrators. The authorities stated that the Rohingya are fully unlawful intruders and are a menace to the safety of the nation. On March 26, the Supreme Court reserved its decision on this difficulty.