While liberals weep for Rohingyas being deported, here is what they don’t want you to know

India’s decision, being the first of its kind, to deport seven Rohingya Muslims who were lodged in jail since 2012 for illegally entering India, though being lauded by the citizens has enthralled a lot of criticisms from the so-called ‘left-liberals’.

Advocate Prashant Bhushan submitted the application before a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and K M Joseph seeking an urgent hearing into the matter. The bench has rejected Prashant Bhushan’s petition.

The Pseudo-liberals have seemed to have developed a penchant for opposing whatever the government is trying to implement without trying to decipher what is right and what is actually wrong.

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Shekhar Gupta, one of the leaders of this band-wagon took to Twitter to oppose the deportation of these interlopers.

What is intriguing is that our so-called liberals, with their perennially misplaced sense of humanitarianism, seem to be still not satisfied with the existing challenges we are already facing in our overpopulated country and are willing to push the country into deeper threats wanting to accept illegal migrants who pose a security threat.

Rohingya Muslims are an ethnic group from the Rakhine State of Myanmar (Burma). Around 10 lakh Rohingyas have fled Myanmar after being deported due to rebellious activities against Burmese Nationals.

Rohingyas basically considering themselves to be descendants of Arabs have always had their affinity with countries like Pakistan and Saudi Arabia which is why Burmese government did not ever grant citizenship to them.

Several Rohingyas have been funded by Saudi Arabia and received training in Guerrilla Warfare by Taliban Fighters. One such Rohingya, who was born in Pakistan grew up to form the terrorist group calledArakan Rohingya Salvation Army‘.

Though International media, Human Rights groups and our very own ‘liberals’ have always considered Rohingya Muslims the victimized community, facts speak otherwise.

Multiple reports of threats posed by Rohingyas across the country have surfaced. In one such instance, Rohingyas in Mewat were alleged to have links with terror networks. In another case, a whopping Rs 30 lakh cash was found in possession of a few Rohingya Muslims in Jammu & the J&K police suspected a terror funding case. In a concerted attempt to effect demographic change, an overwhelming number of Rohingyas travelled in long-distance trains from Northeastern states to southern parts of India, putting the law and order in those states under tremendous pressure.

Not only in India but if we closely observe the history of Burma we will see that violence was always been initiated by these Rohingya Muslims.

In 2012 Rakhine Riots were engineered after three Rohingya Muslims were convicted of raping a local Rakhine Buddhist woman. They burnt several Buddhist homes after the Friday prayer on June 8, 2012.

On October 9, 2016, nine Burmese policemen were brutally slaughtered by the Rohingya terrorists.

In August 2017, Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) attacked Buddhists and Burmese police authorities killing over ninety people. Following this attack over hundred Hindus were abducted and killed by Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, while the women were forced to convert.

The ARSA members on 26 August attacked the Hindu village of Ah Nauk Kha Maung Seik. “In this brutal and senseless act, members of ARSA captured scores of Hindu women, men and children, and terrorised them before slaughtering them outside their own villages”, as reported by BBC.

There are approximately 40,000 Rohingya Muslims in India, several indulging in criminal activities, drug trafficking, executing terror activities teaming up with ISI sleeper cells. Though being warned several times by the Intelligence agencies, media has often downplayed the extent of the threat posed by these interlopers. In this alarming situation, it is only wise to support the deportation and save our country from the constant National security threats conceived by these obtruders.

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