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4088 missing youths from J&K are in PoK,Pakistan
Govt says no to deportation of Burmese
1/11/2017 11:08:58 PM
Asif Iqbal Naik
Early Times Report

JAMMU, Jan 11: Jammu Jan 13: The Government of Jammu and Kashmir in reply to AQ.No. 669 of MLA Rajesh Gupta wherein the member asked for estimated number of the state Ultras still in camping/residing in Pakistan and POK, the department of incharge Home stated that reportedly 4088 missing persons/terrorists are still in Pakistan /PoK.
The government further stated that the rehabilitation policy of 2010 recognizes four routes for return of the Ex-miltants which include JCP Wagah/Attari/, Salamabad/Chakkan-da-Bagh crossing on the line of control and through the IGI New Delhi added that since the inception of this policy, no youth has been able to return via the approved routes due to inexplicable reasons/difficulties. The reply further stated that the youths have been returning to the state along with their families (Wives & Children) via Nepal and Bangladesh which are not approved routes under the aforesaid policy.
"As per the details furnished by CID, 377 Ex-Militants alongwith their 864 family members have returned Via Nepal route and Bangladesh since 2010. Since these youth have not returned via the approved routes, they are not entitled to any benefit available under the policy of 2010.
In reply to another question regarding the elements involved behind guiding foreigners Rohengyas, Burmese, Bangladeshi staying in the state and funding for Madrassas being run for them, the government reply stated that they have enter into the state on its own and there was no body hand behind all this added that some NGOs namely Sakhwat" run by Mohammad-ul-Umar of Srinagar, along with Dr. Rashid S/O Ghulam Mohammad Resident of Vidhata Nagar Bathandi Jammu, S R Institute of Development based at Rambagh Srinagar, Delhi based NGO namely "DAJI" run by Rav Hemadri and Save the Children run by Neha Gandotra are helping Rohingyas in cash and kind from time to time and the government is keeping strict surveillance on the activates of these foreigners and the organization extending help to them.
The government however ruled out their deportation. "Since a good number of these foreigners are holding registration certificates/identity cards issued by TR FRO ITBF/RPO, New Delhi or UNHRC cards, initiation of deportation proceedings may not be appropriate as per International law." Read the reply. It further stated that no Rohingyas (Burmese) have been found involved in militancy related incidents, however 17 FRs have been registered against 38 of them for various offences including those related to illegal border crossing.
It s pertinent to mention that 322 foreigners beside 13433 Burmese/ Tibetans are staying in the Jammu and Kashmir state as on 6-01-2017.
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