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The Supreme Court hearing against the decision to expel Rohingya refugees from India

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The Supreme Court has challenged the Indian Central Government's decision to send 40,000 Rohingya Muslims living in 'illegally' to Myanmar in the country.
The Supreme Court of India agreed to hear the petition in response to a petition today (Friday). The hearing will be held on September 4.
Considering the representation of eminent lawyer Prashant Bhushan, a three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra agreed to a quick hearing in this regard. Prashant Bhushan gave the affidavit in the court for speedy hearing on the matter.
In the petition filed by two Rohingya migrants in the court, it has been said that they are facing the case in Myanmar and if they are sent there they will be violated by the international treaty.
India's central government has recently decided to withdraw 40,000 Rohingya Muslims living in 'illegally' and return to Myanmar.
The National Human Rights Commission has sent a notice to the central home ministry on August 18 on the basis of media reports. And the Home Secretary is asked to respond to it in 4 weeks.

Recently, the United Nations has expressed concern about the Indian plan to send Rohingya refugees back to Myanmar.
UN Secretary-General's spokesman Farhan Haq said the United Nations is concerned about India's move. According to them, after the registration of refugees, they can not be returned to the country where they are suspected of torture based on religion, race, nationality, social organization related and political ideology. The policy of sending non-returning refugees to India for forced force is applicable.

Meanwhile, in Myanmar protests and protests in Calcutta on September 6 protesting the massacre of Rohingya Muslims and the memorandum of giving to Myanmar Consulate has been taken by several Muslim organizations in West Bengal.
Muhammad Kamruzzaman, general of the Sarah Bengal Minority Youth Federation, in an interview given to Radio Tehran today said that on September 6, 18 Muslim organizations and some human rights organizations will be giving a memorandum to the Myanmar Consulate in Kolkata and will be demonstrated.
He said that we will also protest against efforts being made to send back 40 thousand Rohingya Muslims from India.
Kamruzzaman said, "Those who are living as refugees in this country must give their right to live in good condition." He said India has been honoring the lives of refugees all over the world.
In this context, he said, if Nepalese, Bhutan, Tibet, Bangladesh, the respect and rights of the refugees of Pakistan, even if they are given citizenship, why would they be excluded from Myanmar's Rohingas? If different steps are taken against the Rohingyas, it will be considered as a reflection of the two-party policy of the central government.

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