155 Rohingya lodged illegally in Jammu and Kashmir were sent to jail

Sharing is Important
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  

The Jammu and Kashmir administration conducted a special operation on Saturday to collect biometric and other important details of illegal Rohingya immigrants from Myanmar who have been living here for a long time.

The process of investigating these migrants from Myanmar was carried out amidst high-level security arrangements at the MA Stadium. During this time, local media persons were not allowed to enter the stadium premises.

ALSO READ: Hearing Adjourned Till April 27 On Suit Seeking To Restore Temples In Qutub Minar

Jammu Range Police IG Mukesh Singh said after this one-day process, “As per the notification of the Home Department on March 5, 2021, 155 illegal Rohingya migrants residing in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir were sent to the holding center on Saturday.”

READ:  US report claims, tensions between India and Pakistan will increase

ALSO READ: Taapsee Pannu Breaks Silence On IT Raids, Says “Not So Sasti Anymore”

According to the police, “Hiranagar, a sub-jail in Kathua district, has been converted into a holding center to keep these illegal migrants.”

IG Jammu said, “This was done under Section 3 (2) E of the Foreigners Act. It followed the procedures of law. These immigrants did not have valid travel documents as per Section (3) of the Passport Act.”

ALSO READ: “Ye hamari car hai ya hum hai aur ye hamari pawri horahi hai; Dananeer Mobeen, girl who became a viral meme

Mukesh Singh said that the process of identifying such migrants will continue now.

READ:  China can carry out cyber attack, India ready to compete: CDS Bipin Rawat

IG Jammu Mukesh Singh said that after sending these migrants to the holding center, it will be ascertained from which country they belong.

He informed that after the completion of the nationality check, the process of deporting these illegal immigrants to their country will be started.

You can connect with Ground Report on FacebookTwitter and Whatsapp, and mail us at GReport2018@gmail.com to send us your suggestions and writeups