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Intimate Court about latest position: DB directs DSGI
PIL to shift all Rohingyas from J&K
3/26/2024 10:41:45 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 26: In a Public Interest Litigation filed by Adv Hunar Gupta, seeking direction to State of J&K for appointing and issue necessary directions to a Former Retired Judge to hold an inquiry to identify all the illegal immigrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh migrated in State of J&K.
A Division Bench of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh High Court Comprising Chief Justice N Kotishwar Singh and Justice MA Chowdhary directed DSGI Vishal Sharma, will intimate this Court as to the latest position with the matter pursuant to Rohingyas pending before the Supreme Court and also the action which the Union Government intends to take about these Rohingyas in the Union Territory of Jammu. In the PIL It has been further seeking direction to State to shift all the illegal immigrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh from State of J&K to any other place as no Refugee Camp has ever been declared either by State of J&K or by United Nation in State of J&K also seeking direction for withdrawal of all benefits given to the illegal immigrants of Bangladeshi and Myanmar from the state exchequer and from the scheme and benefits meant for residents of State of J&K and for the last few years there is abrupt increase in number of illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar. As per the government version 13400 Myanmari and Bangladeshi illegal immigrants are living in various areas of State of J&K.
However, the actual figures are much more than the official figures. It is submitted that in 1982 the Myanmar Government declare them as non-national which led to their migration to neighbouring Bangladesh, Thailand and even Pakistan, however they were not welcomed in these countries as well. This led to their influx into India through porous boarder with Bangladesh. Almost 1700 Rohangia families comprising approximately 8500 souls (official figures are 1286 and 5000) live in various settlement colonies of Jammu and Kashmir.
The land mafia of state of J&K in order to encroach upon the state land natural resources of the state especially forest areas as well as water bodies, these illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar are first settled in forest areas and near water bodies. It is submitted that many of the illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar have acquired ration card, voter card, adhar cards as well as permanent resident certificates illegally, they are suspected to be involved in various anti-national activities such as drug trafficking, hawala transactions etc. at the behest of enemies of the Nation. Due to illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and Myanmar there will be increase in pro-separatists as well as anti-Indian activities in State of J&K especially in the communally sensitive Jammu Region which has so far displayed maturity and tolerance. Immediate and necessary directions are required to the respondents for the shifting of these immigrants to their native places. (JNF)
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