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Decision to expel Rohingya from India: The Human Rights Commission, the United Nations Concern for Explanation

The National Human Rights Commission has asked the central government to decide on sending Rohingya Muslims living in India to Myanmar. The central home secretary has been asked to respond within four weeks. On the other hand, the UN has also expressed concerns about this.

India's central government recently decided to withdraw 40,000 Rohingya Muslims living in 'illegally' and return to Myanmar.

Released in the media on Saturday, the National Human Rights Commission sent a notice to the central home ministry on the basis of media reports. The Home Secretary has been asked to respond within 4 weeks.

It has been said by the commission that "it is true that they have come to India from Myanmar to save foreigners and their lives." But whether proper action has been taken to create a detention center for them to return, what will happen to them if Myanmar refuses to accept them? All the reports about the refugees should be given to the commission. "

It has been said by the commission that on behalf of the intelligence agency and law and order agencies, it is necessary to know what dangers can be for the country.

The Indian Central Government has indicated that talks with Bangladesh and Myanmar to send Rohingya Muslims back.

It has been said by the Human Rights Commission that although India did not sign 1951 United Nations Convention and 1967 International Protocol But India's sign of the United Nations declaration of refugee status

According to the Constitution, everyone living in India has the right to life and privacy whether it is a citizen or not. In such a situation the government will have to reply within four weeks that what is the plan to finally send back Rohingya? How to protect human rights in the implementation of that plan? The Rohingyas do not want to return to Myanmar

Kamal Hussain, who was working as a worker in Jammu, said, "Burma is still burning. We do not want to return home. Here we are safely. For the past 70 years, the Burmese government is targeting the Muslim population and is throwing us in jail. Even if they decide to take us out of here, I do not want to go back there. '

He said, 'It is true that I live in a lot of problems but I am happy that I live. Getting Basic Benefits for Children I do not want to present children back to violence in return. '

Meanwhile, the United Nations has expressed concern about the Indian plan to send Rohingya refugees back to Myanmar.

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres said that refugees can not be returned to the country, where they are suspected of torture.

Secretary General spokesman Farhan Haq said the UN is concerned about India's move. According to them, refugees can not be returned to the country after registration, where they are suspected of torture based on religion, race, nationality, social organization related and political ideology. The policy of returning refugees to India for forced force is applicable. Farhan Haque also mentioned that India will be informed about it.

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