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‘Detect, Detain and Deport,’ plea in SC seeks deportation of illegal Rohingya and Bangladeshi infiltrators


New Delhi, Jun 26 (ILNS) A petition filed in the Supreme Court has sought directions to both the Central and the State governments to detect, detain and deport illegal Rohingya and Bangladeshi infiltrators from West Bengal within one year.

The plea has been filed by Human and Civil Right Activist Sangita Chakraborty, referring to the incident, “when Election Result of Bengal Assembly election was declared, Rohingya-Bangladeshi infiltrators started beating, killing, heckling, looting, kidnapping and raping the Hindus, while also burning their Houses, for voting for BJP.”

The petitioner further sought direction to the Centre and the State to identify and invoke the National Security Act (NSA) against government employees, police personnel and security forces, who have links with Infiltration Mafias and help Rohingya-Bangladeshis to infiltrate in West Bengal and confiscate their cent percent disproportionate assets.

“The injury caused to people is extremely large because two crore Rohingya-Bangladeshi infiltrators have not only changed the demography of Bengal, but are the biggest threat to the rule of law and internal security, particularly after the Assembly elections,” the plea added.

The petitioner further alleged that Pakistan’s ISI is active in Bangladesh and Myanmar and supporting the military movement, while drawing the attention of the Court towards the dangerous consequences of large-scale infiltrations from Bangladesh-Myanmar for Nation as whole.

Another prayer sought by the petitioner was to identify and invoke the NSA against government employees, travel agents and other such people, who provide PAN, Aadhaar, Passport, Ration Card, Voter Card, and Driving Licence to Rohingya and Bangladeshi infiltrators. ILNS/KR/RJ


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