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Showing posts with label Rohingya Muslim. Show all posts
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Monday, March 29, 2021

Centre assures SC that Rohingya Muslims will not be deported

The Telegraph
Our Legal Correspondent 
27.03.21

Solicitor-general Mehta, however, said that all illegal migrants in the country could not be granted refugee status and India could not become the world capital for refugees

The Centre on Friday assured the Supreme Court that Rohingya Muslims would not be deported unless the Myanmar government identifies and agrees to take them back.

The assurance was given to a bench headed by Chief Justice of India S.A. Bobde by solicitor-general Tushar Mehta during the course of a hearing. The court was dealing with the plea of Mohd Samiullah, a Rohingya Muslim, seeking a stay on the deportation of Rohingya refugees from Jammu and Kashmir.

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Rohingya Muslims fear deportation in India after dozens detained by police

THE PRESS TV
Sunday, 07 March 2021 
Rohingya refugees carry their belongings as they leave a Rohingya refugee camp in India's northern region of Jammu on March 7, 2021. (Photo by AFP)



Dozens of Rohingya Muslims, who had fled to India from death and violence in Myanmar, have been detained and facing possible deportation.

Media reports said Sunday that Indian police arrested more than 150 persecuted Rohingya refugees found living illegally in the northern region of Jammu and Kashmir and a process had begun to deport them back to Myanmar.

Dozens of Rohingya were now living in a makeshift "holding center" at Jammu's Hira Nagar jail after local authorities conducted biometric and other tests on hundreds of people to verify their identities.

Thursday, February 4, 2021

‘Serious Threats’ Ahead: Human Rights Experts Voice Concern for Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar Following Military Coup

FRONTLINE
Lila Hassan
February 2, 2021

Aung San Suu Kyi, pictured above in FRONTLINE's 2018 film "Myanmar's Killing Fields," was removed from office in a military coup Sunday. Experts worry human rights protections, especially of Rohingya Muslims, could suffer. 



In the wake of a January 31 military coup in Myanmar, experts are concerned the change in power will further endanger human rights protections, especially for Rohingya Muslims — an ethnic minority that faced atrocities potentially amounting to genocide under the previous, and freely elected, administration.

“The man who oversaw genocidal acts against the Rohingya, and war crimes and crimes against humanity against other ethnic minorities, is now the sole leader of the country: Min Aung Hlaing,” said Shayna Bauchner, a researcher in Human Rights Watch’s Asia division.

Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Turkey supports RohingyaMuslims in winter

MENAFN 

 Date -11/30/2020 

(MENAFN)On Sunday, Turkey"s state aid agency completed giving out blankets to 5,000 Rohingya families in Bangladesh's refugee camps before the comingof winter.

Ismail Gundogdu, Bangladesh coordinator for the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA), reported to Anadolu Agency, "As part of our winter gifts to the Rohingya Muslims we have completed distribution of blankets to 5,000 Rohingya families. We will continue our support to the persecuted refugees throughout the whole winter season, which will hit Bangladesh in full swing starting in mid-December."

Monday, November 9, 2020

UN chief hopes Myanmar elections to help return of persecuted Rohingya Muslims refugees

Associated Press of Pakistan
Sat, 7 Nov 2020

General Assembly Seventy-third session Informal Briefing by the Secretary-General on his Priorities for 2019


UNITED NATIONS, Nov 07 (APP): UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed hope that the November 8 general elections in Myanmar would open the door for the return of hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees “in safety and dignity.”

In a statement issued here on Friday, he also hoped that the elections would help “advance inclusive sustainable development, humanitarian action, human rights and democratic reforms.”