Should we support their deportation?
Do you support or oppose the deportation of Rohingiyas from India? Share your views.
They are originally from the Sylhet and Chittagong districts of present Bangladesh. They were settled in Arakan (now Rakhine) state of Burma (now Myanmar). They have not assimilated with the local population. Many of them indulged in unlawful/illegal/criminal activites. Since 2010, Myanmarese army has started taking action against them. They are now fleeing Rakhine state.
Although they are originally Bangladeshis, Bangladesh doesn't allow them to enter Bangladesh. The Bangladesh army and BDR monitor Naf river and Teknaf border (with Myanmar). Bangladesh army and BDR shoot them at sight. Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Australia don't welcome them, mainly because of their criminal activities.
In India, more than 40,000 of them are staying illegally. There are evidencees that some of them are engaged in terror activities. The Government has ordered their deportation. The so-called human rights activists are demanding to allow them to stay in India. They are being settled in Jammu (not in Kashmir valley).
It has been reported that India is being very intolerant to a particular religious community during last three years or so. These refugees belong to that community. Then why should they want to stay in intolerant India? Why are the civil rights activists want to stop their deportation from intolerant India?
Why should we allow these Rohingiyas to stay in India, especially when all other countries are closing their doors to them?