It is completely illegal for Rohingya immigrants to stay in India as it would have serious ramifications on our country’s peace and demography. In our State of Jammu and Kashmir, these Rohingya refugees are settled at various places and one wonders how these illegal immigrants have acquired our country’s citizenship documents such as Aadhar cards, ration cards, voter cards, permanent resident certificates etc and are using other forged documents to buy land and properties as well. These Rohingyas of Myanmar have also links with terrorist organisations in Pakistan and other terrorist outfits like ISIS and LeT which is really a cause of grave concern for all of us. Some reports also said that these illegal immigrants are involved in human trafficking these days and are selling girls to Kashmir clients as well. There are also speculations that these Rohingya refugees might be behind the Sunjawan attack in Jammu. These Rohingyas with the help of various terrorist organisations are hell bent on creating an atmosphere of terror in Jammu so that the peace and tranquility in our peaceful city could be disturbed. Moreover, their settlement in J&K is also against the Article 370 of Indian Constitution. However, there are also many politicians in our State who support the Rohingyas settlement in Jammu and Kashmir. On the one hand these politicians are supporting Article 370 and on the other hand they want the Rohingyas settlement in Jammu which is against Article 370 of our Constitution. This shows the double standards of our politicians. It is high time now that the government should act swiftly in this perspective and deport these illegal immigrants as early as possible so that Jammu’s peace and demography could be safeguarded.
Gole Gujral Jammu.
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