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Rohingya Illegal Migrants: The Truth Behind Lies (Decoding Past to Present)

It all started when the matter of providing EWS flats to Rohingyas was raised by the media. This caused a stir in New Delhi when it became clear that MHA had given directions for their deportation from the Bakkarwala area 

The Government of India has not given any directions to provide EWS flats for Rohingya illegal immigrants at Bakkarwala in New Delhi and MHA is committed towards deporting all these foreigners including illegal masseurs who come into our country with false passports.

The input text above says that “raised by the media” which implies there existed some truth behind this story when actually nothing was confirmed by anyone except news outlets themselves using anonymous sources so we can’t rely on them as gospel! It goes on to say how they were directed…to ensure the current location stays put until further notice.

The Government needs to loudly voice Its position on this issue. It is against the law for illegal foreigners. It could be considered negligence if they are not reported properly, which would lead to serious consequences. This information should reach every person that wants them gone but the illegal migrants

Has a long history. 

The Case of Illegal Bangladeshi Migrants, Myanmar & More: Bringing The History Back (2014-2017)

The Indian government has been working to control illegal immigration from Bangladesh since 2014. The Ministry of Home Affairs had been dealing with this issue long ago, but there are and even there were no specific correspondences between them and other ministries such as the Ministries for Internal Security or Foreign Affairs departments. But as the years passed, the rules, regulations, and identification of illegal migrants and monitoring have been changing a lot.

The people of India have a long history with many similarities. The country borders several countries that often experience turmoil, leading to an influxes of illegal immigration and settlement in the landmass- something which poses both security challenges as well opportunities for those willing enough to take them up on their offer.

The recent rise in terrorism has many countries worried. Illegals who are easy prey for recruiters because they lack any form or proof that would identify them as such can easily get caught up within these networks and end up becoming suicide bombers without even knowing it! This is why we needed an infiltration policy which will allow us access into areas where humans rights violations happen so our agents may bring back information on what really goes down there while trying to avoid civilian casualties,

The influx from Rakhine State, Myanmar into Indian Territory especially since the last few years has been an issue at hand, not only does it cause problems with limited resources but also poses security challenges to our country.

Legal Provisions for State Governments

The rights of deportation have been delegated to state governments and union territory administrations. The various legal measures include:

  • The police authorities can arrest a foreign national living illegally in India as per Section 4 of the Passport (Entry into India) Act, 1920. 
  • Any person who remains within any area for more than the prescribed years of residence after his/her visa expires will be proceeded against under section 14b FEA).
  • The Foreigners Act, 1946 makes it clear that if you enter or stay in India without the correct documentation your actions could lead to legal consequences.

 The situation of illegal immigration in our country is a crisis and all state governments need to take immediate steps for identifying these people. They should also start deportation processes as soon as possible. As if we don’t stop this now then it may spread even more rapidly than what already has been happening with other issues.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q1. What is the process of deportation of a foreigner?

The deportation of foreigners in India is a process that is initiated by the Ministry of Home Affairs. The ministry issues a notice to the foreigner, informing them that they are required to leave the country within a certain period of time. If the foreigner fails to comply with the notice, they are forcibly deported. The ministry also has the power to cancel the foreigners’ visa and passports. And they may be blacklisted from reentering India. 

The deported foreigner is typically taken to the airport and put on a flight back to their country of origin. In some cases, they may also be required to pay a fine. The process of deportation can be lengthy and complicated. But it is important to ensure that foreign nationals who pose a threat to national security are removed from the country.

Q2. How to report illegal immigrants in India?

The process for reporting illegal immigrants in India is relatively simple. First, the individual must contact their nearest police station and provide them with all relevant information. This should include the immigrant’s name, country of origin, and current location. Once the police have this information, they will be able to launch an investigation. In most cases, the immigrant will be ordered to leave the country within a certain timeframe. 

If they fail to do so, they may be arrested and deported. Reporting illegal immigrants is vital for maintaining the security of India’s borders. By ensuring that only those who have a legal right to be in the country are allowed to remain, we can help to protect our citizens and our way of life.

Q3. Can illegal immigrants acquire citizenship in India?

There is no simple answer to this question. The process of acquiring citizenship in India can vary depending on an individual’s circumstances. There are a number of ways in which an illegal immigrant can acquire citizenship in India. The most common way is by marriage to an Indian citizen. Illegal immigrants can also obtain citizenship through naturalization. The final decision rests with the Indian government. But illegal immigrants who meet all the requirements can become citizens of India.

Q4. What is India’s policy on Rohingya’s?

Ans. ” As per UN Refugee Convention 1951 & provides refuge to all, India is obliged to respects & follows the convention regardless of their race, religion or creed.” According to the The Ministry of Home Affairs, India

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