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Bangladesh rejects USA request to shelter Afghan refugees, says it is already in problem by allowing Rohingyas
Bangladesh rejected a request by USA to provide refuge to Afghans stating they are already facing problems because of 1.1 million Rohingyas staying in their country.
Uttar Pradesh: ATS busts international human trafficking racket involving Rohingyas, Noor Muhammad and his accomplices arrested
Upon investigation, it was found that the gang led by Noor Muhammad lured Rohingyas and Bangladeshi women into marriage, and men and children to work in factories and illegally trafficked them into India.
UP Govt does it again, bulldozes and frees land from illegal encroachment by Rohingyas in Delhi. Watch
2.1 Hectare Land of Irrigation Department of, UP Government freed from encroachment, Rohingyas had been living there illegally.
Hundreds of cows were given to Rohingyas by Bangladesh government for them to sacrifice on Bakra Eid, which led to an outburst of joy.
Uttar Pradesh ATS arrests four more illegal Rohingya Muslims who ran a sophisticated human trafficking network
UP Director General of Police revealed that the four arrested accused indulged in human trafficking of fellow Rohingyas.
UNHRC, which tried to help Prashant Bhushan keep illegal Rohingyas in India, could be compromised by China, UK Parliamentary Panel finds
UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee is all set to release a report that says that China is on its way to breaking up multilateral organisations
Rohingyas settled all over UP with forged Aadhaar, voter IDs, fresh arrests reveal they are getting financial aid too: Report
ADG informed that the Rohingyas have settled in every assembly constituency with forged voter ID cards.
From joining ‘farmers’ protest to converting Rohingyas for Indian citizenship: How Christian groups have exploited the pandemic
The evangelical organizations and individuals have camouflaged themselves in every aspect of the society making it difficult to escape their grip.
J and K govt withdraws a former petition against illegal Rohingyas in HC to allow their deportation after SC order
The case was filed at Satwari police station in Jammu under the CrPC Section 561A in 2018 against Rohingyas and Bangladeshis.
SC denies interim relief to illegal Rohingyas detained in Jammu, allows deportation if proper procedure is followed
Solicitor General Tushar Mehta submitted that deportations are done in accordance with the procedure established by law, and therefore it cannot violate Article 21 of the Constitution.
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