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JAMMU: A Division Bench of State High Court, comprising Chief Justice Baddar Durez Ahmed and Justice Tashi Rabstan on Thursday directed State and Union of India to file objections within three weeks in a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Advocate Hunar Gupta, seeking direction to State of J&K for appointing and issuing necessary directions to a former Judge for holding an inquiry to identify illegal immigrants from Myanmar (Rohingyas) and Bangladesh.
After hearing Senior Advocate Sunil Sethi with Advocate Hunar Gupta for the PIL and Senior AAG W.S Nargal for the State and ASGI Sindu Sharma for the Union of India, the DB directed the State and Union of India to also file objections in application filed by one Mohd Younus, son of Hosin Akter along with residents of Myanmar and Bangladesh seeking intervener in the PIL.
The PIL has further sought directions to State to shift all the illegal immigrants hailing from Myanmar and Bangladesh from J&K to any other place as no Refugee Camp has ever been declared either by State of J&K or by United Nations in State. It also sought direction for withdrawal of all benefits given to aforesaid immigrants by government.
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