Bollywood actress, Koena Mitra, accuses the West Bengal government of settling illegal Rohingyan immigrants

Bollywood actress, Koena Mitra, tweeted on Saturday on Rohingyans being provided with a safe haven in West Bengal. She accused Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of giving Rohingyans land and settling them in the state despite Myanmar and Sri Lanka throwing them out because of their terrorist activities. She also requested the Prime Minister and the President to help the state.

Earlier, she had tweeted a quote of Ashin Wirathu, the leader of the 969 movement, where the Buddhist Monk says, “You can be full of kindness and love but you cannot sleep next to a mad dog.”

The TMC government has gained some notoriety in recent times due to its perceived Muslim appeasement. According to a recent to the Ministry of Home Affairs, 40000 Rohingyans staying across India have been instructed to settle in Bengal.

- Advertisement - - Article resumes -

The Central government has maintained that the Rohingyans are illegal immigrants and a national security threat and must be deported. Not too long ago, an Al-Qaeda operative was arrested while trying to recruit Rohingyas in India amidst reports that terrorist organizations are radicalizing the ethnic community. The Rohingya crisis also threatens to destabilize India as certain Muslim clerics are issuing grave threats of riots and violence over the Central government’s intention of deporting Rohingyans. There have also been reports of Rohingya terrorists slaughtering Hindus in Myanmar.

Koena Mitra is the latest among the growing list of voices demanding the deportation of Rohingyans. Currently, Supreme Court is hearing a petition to prevent the deportation of Rohingyans filed by Prashant Bhushan where the petitioners are two Rohingya immigrants.

Share and Support:
Support OpIndia by paying for content

Most read articles recently

Activist opposing Akshaya Patra’s mid-day meal contract thinks ‘Brahmins obstruct India’s development’

The Akshaya Patra has come under criticism recently for not including onion and garlic in its mid-day meals for school children.

Mumbai Police teaches a lesson in humility to ‘special’ Sonam Kapoor

Actor Dulquer Salman clarified that he and Sonam were sitting inside a car that was rigged to a truck and hence were not breaking traffic rules.

Here is what connects attack on Akshaya Patra, French NGO against Rafale and demonization of Amarnath Yatra

The web of foreign-funded NGOs that demonised the Amarnath Yatra, French NGO that complained against Rafale in France and the demand to remove Akshaya Patra from midday meals contract

Rafale: SC examined the pricing details closely, ‘did not rely’ on CAG report as claimed by Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi has claimed that the Supreme Court verdict on Rafale was based only on the CAG report, while it is not true

Uttar Pradesh: Eight cattle smugglers arrested in Bahraich with arms and ammunition

The smugglers even tried to trample the police personnel with their vehicle.

Double whammy for Congress in court: After Rafale verdict, Rakesh Asthana’s appointment as special director gets SC approval

The Supreme Court's verdict is being seen as the second major embarrassment for both the Congress party and Prashant Bhushan, as the Supreme Court had earlier rejected a plea on the issue of a probe concerning the Rafale deal.

Zee News issues defamation notice of Rs 1000 crore to Congress leader Navjot Singh Singh

Sidhu had allegedly threatened the Zee News when he had said “nani yaad dila denge” after Zee News had shown a video ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans were raised at an election rally

All you need to know about Congress’ Chhattisgarh CM elect: Out-on-bail Bhupesh Baghel

Congress leader and Chhattisgarh CM elect Bhupesh Baghel is currently out on bail in sleaze video case

Church of South India Archbishop Dyvasirvadam arrested in church fund scam, reports Times of India

According to the report, archbishop Dyvasirvadam was allegedly involved in misappropriation of church fund for over a decade

Congress friendly journalist wishes death upon BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Bagga

During the run-up to Gujarat assembly elections last year, Trivedi was caught spreading morphed images with Amit Shah's fake quotes on Patidars

Latest articles

Connect with us

125,699FansLike
98,067FollowersFollow
6,249SubscribersSubscribe

Don't miss these