NPP protests, seeks deportation of Rohingyas, Bangladeshis

NPP activists staging protest in Jammu on Monday.
NPP activists staging protest in Jammu on Monday.

Excelsior Correspondent

JAMMU, Sept  11:  Expressing serious concern over the  failure of the  GoM constituted by the State Government for the purpose of deportation of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis from Jammu, a large number of  Panthers Party  activists spearheaded by  party chairman, Harsh Dev Singh staged a protest demonstration against the State Government at Exhibition Ground here today.
The leaders and the protesters accused BJP-PDP of defying the directives from the Union Home Ministry pertaining to the eviction of the illegal foreign immigrants from Jammu region. They torched the effigy of Coalition Govt and sought immediate repatriation of the illegally settled foreigners from Jammu and its surroundings.
Hitting out at the State Government,  Harsh Dev Singh expressed his grave concern over the total failure of the GoM to formulate any policy to deport illegally settled Rohingyas and Bangladeshi immigrants despite holding couple of meetings. He said that the much trumpeted group of four Cabinet Ministers headed by DyCM Nirmal Singh had only proved as ‘mirage’ to hoodwink the masses which only indicated that BJP-PDP had colluded to shelter and settle them in Jammu region.
He further said that in spite of repeated directives and recent advisory issued by the Union Home Ministry pertaining to the deportation of unlawful foreign nationals, the State Government remained utterly unresponsive which had further emboldened the anti- nationals to stage pro-Rohingya protests in several parts of Kashmir valley. Ruing that the people were up in arms against the hypocrisy of the BJP-PDP leaders in view of the illegal settlers posing a grave security as well as demographic threat to the Jammu Pradesh, he said that the ominous combine was towing the agenda of separatists to reduce Dogras to minority.
Making a fervent appeal to the visiting the Union Home Minister  Rajnath Singh to direct the BJP partnered State Government to facilitate immediate deportation of the illegal immigrants, he said there were around two dozen FIRs for criminal cases registered against Rohingyas for various offences besides dozens of cases of illegal border crossing, drug trafficking, flesh trade, child abductions, begging and other crimes.
He regretted that they were settled here by several NGOs and Madrassas and several of them had illegally managed to procure PRCs, identity cards, ration cards, water and electricity connections.


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