Karnataka Govt Revises ‘No Plans To Deport Rohingyas’ Affidavit; Files New Affidavit In Supreme Court

Reexamining its prior stand that there were no plans to extradite Rohingya displaced people within the state, the Karnataka Government has recorded a new affirmation before the Supreme Court expressing that it’ll follow to any arrange passed by the Court in this matter.

 The affirmation expressed that while 126 Rohingyas have been recognized within the State, the Karnataka State Police has not housed Rohingyas in any camp or detainment middle within its jurisdiction.

 The past sworn statement had given the number as 72. The primary testimony expressed 72 Rohingyas distinguished within the Bengaluru City are working in different areas and Bengaluru City police have not taken coercive activity against them as of presently and there’s no quick arrange of extraditing them.”

 The accommodation has been come through a counter affirmation recorded by State of Karnataka in a summons appeal recorded by BJP Pioneer and Advocate Ashwini Upadhyay looking for quick extradition of all illicit foreigners and infiltrators counting Bangladeshis and Rohingyas inside one year. The affirmation recorded through Secretary to Government, Division of Domestic, Bengaluru, has submitted that the summons request has no particular averment of affirmation against them and no help has been claimed against this Respondent. The State has embraced to follow to and take after anything arrange is passed by the Apex Court in this regard.

 The modern counter sworn statement recorded through Advocate V.N.Raghupathy has given points of interest of 126 Rohingyas displaced people who have been remaining in Bengaluru city, Karnataka.

Background of the matter

 The Summons Petition-Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay v Union of India & Ors-has looked for a heading to the Central and state governments to recognize, keep and oust all illicit migrants and infiltrators counting Rohingya outcasts, heading to government specialists to revise the individual laws to form unlawful movement and invasion, a cognizable non-bailable and non-compoundable offense; coordinate the Centraland state government to declare the making of forged/fabricated PAN Cards, Aadhaar Card and other such documents a non-bailable and non-compoundable offence.

In March 2021 a Bench of justices CJI SA Bobde, AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian had issued notice on the said matter.

Case Title: Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay v Union of India & Ors

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