New Delhi, Oct 4: In the first decoration, 7 Rohingya Muslims will be handed over to Myanmar by India Today. The seven were arrested in 2012 for entering India illegally and were held in the Assam state prison.
Hyderabad, Aug 15: All it took was a power bill for these Rohingya Muslims to obtain Indian identification cards. Four Rohingyas were arrested in Hyderabad with Indian identification cards. Another person who helped them obtain these cards too has been taken into custody.
Hyderabad, July 9: At a high-level meeting held here, the looming threat of the Rohingyas living in the city, especially those dangerously close to security establishments were discussed.
Amnesty International has said that it had gathered evidence that a Muslim Rohingya group killed scores of Hindus in August last year. The report says that as many as 99 Hindus near a village called Cha Maung Seik were killed in a coordinated attack.
Several trusts that have been rooting for funds illegally for the Rohingya Muslims as it has been identified by the Intelligence Bureau. The report submitted to the Union Home Ministry says that Rohingya Muslims who are settled in India are participating in Tablighi activities through the local Mosques. This is common in J&K, Hyderabad and Chennai, the IB report also states.
The collaboration between the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) and the Jamat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh, (JUMB) has become a major cause of concern for the security agencies. With the Rohingya issue being debated, Indian agencies say that the link with the ARSA and the JUMB could have a direct fall out in India.
The Supreme Court on Friday told the centre to strike a balance between national and human interest. While almost directing the centre not to deport the Rohingya Muslims from the country, the bench headed by Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra said that a balance needs to be struck.
The Supreme Court has told the government to adopt a humanitarian approach while dealing with the Rohingya Muslim issue. The Bench headed by Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra said that in such case a humanitarian approach needs to be taken.
A day after India decided to review the free movement regime with Myanmar, security forces have managed to push back several Rohingya Muslims trying to cross over.
Shauman Haq who was arrested by the Delhi police said that he was sent on a specific mission to recruit Rohingya Muslims. He told the police that he was targeting the Rohingyas in Delhi, Manipur and Mizoram.