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JAMMU: The workers of Dogra Front and Shiv Sena (DF&SS) under the leadership of President Ashok Gupta on Monday held a protest here raising the issue of settling of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis in the outskirts of Jammu.
While addressing the media, Ashok Gupta revealed that post 2012 Rakhine State conflict in Mayanmar (Burma), several thousands of Rohingya immigrants who were forced to leave their native land entered India through porous Indo-Bangladesh border and reportedly there were several thousands of Burmese families who had unlawfully settled in the outskirts of Jammu city during last three years or so. He said that apart from them several thousand immigrants from Bangladesh were also believed to have inhabited the city illegally who had been living in makeshift slum colonies at some of the congested areas including Rajiv Nagar, Kasim Nagar, Bhatindi, Borhi, Channi Himmat and areas adjoining the Bahu Fort besides others.
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