Policy In Offing To Deport Rohingyas : Ravinder Raina

TNN Bureau. Updated: 12/9/2018 4:26:47 PM Top Stories

Jammu, Dec 9: Asserting that Pakistan may misuse illegal settlement of Rohingyas in Jammu and Kashmir, State BJP President Ravinder Raina said that policy is in offing to deport them.

"Rohingyas are illegally settled across the country and areas like Bhatindi, Sainik Colony, Sunjuwan in Jammu have become a kind of hub for them," Mr Raina said.

"They have been settled in Jammu as a planned conspiracy", adding to which he said, "when National Conference and Congress coalition government was in the rule in the state, these parties were only to sell their vote bank here with settled population of Rohingyas in Jammu, thus adding woes to the locals."

"Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh had also written to the former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and the former Governor N N Vohra on the issue", he claimed to add that the present Governor Satya Pal Malik headed administration in the state and have started the process of biometrics of Rohingyas.

"The policy is being framed to deport these illegal immigrants to Myanmar, which will soon come into force as they are emerging as a threat for the country," he rued.

He alleged that as per intelligence inputs, links of Rohingyas were also surfaced in Sunjuwan Attack in Jammu, as the terrorists involved had reportedly given shelter by the Rohingyas when they conducted a recce of the area.

"We have nothing personal with anybody but the concern is a security threat," he added and said that Pakistan, terrorist outfits and Hurriyat Conference can misuse them for their personal interest.

"Now the reports of their settlement in Leh and Kargil districts of Ladakh, also seem to be a part of a well-planned conspiracy," alleged Mr Raina.

The Jammu and Kashmir government has already started the exercise of biometrics for Rohingyas, for which two months deadline was fixed and is coming to an end in the first week of January next year for further action.

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