“It’s submitted that the Bengaluru Metropolis Police haven’t housed Rohingyas in any camp or detention centre inside its jurisdiction. Nevertheless, 72 Rohingyas recognized in Bengaluru Metropolis are working in varied fields and Bengaluru Metropolis Police haven’t taken any coercive motion in opposition to them as of now and there’s no quick plan of deporting them,” the state authorities’s affidavit stated.
The affidavit was filed in response to Upadhyay’s plea in search of instructions to the Centre and state governments to establish, detain and deport all unlawful immigrants and infiltrators, together with Bangladeshis and Rohingyas, inside one yr.
“The big-scale unlawful migrants, significantly from Myanmar and Bangladesh, haven’t solely threatened the demographic construction of bordering districts however severely impaired safety and nationwide integration,” the plea had stated.
Upadhyay’s plea alleged there was an organised inflow of unlawful migrants from Myanmar by means of brokers and touts through West Bengal, Tripura, and Guwahati.
“This case is severely harming the nationwide safety of the nation,” the plea had stated.