Supreme Court rules Rohingya illegal immigrants will not be extradited to Myanmar without due process

Supreme Court rules Rohingya illegal immigrants will not be extradited to Myanmar without due process
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The Center had earlier opposed the plea, saying India could not be the “capital” of illegal immigrants.

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The Supreme Court on Thursday said that Rohingyas detained in Jammu would not be extradited to Myanmar without following the prescribed procedure. Read more – UP Panchayat Election: Sandhya Yadav, niece of SP founder Mulayam Singh Yadav, submits nomination as BJP candidate

A bench headed by Chief Justice SA Bobad passed the order seeking directions from the Center to immediately release the Rohingya refugees detained in Jammu and prevent them from crossing into Myanmar. Read more- Tiger Shroff has finished the first schedule of ‘Hiropanti 2’, the leaked picture from the set has gone viral!

The Center had earlier opposed the plea, saying India could not be the “capital” of illegal immigrants.

Advocate Prashant Bhushan, appearing for the petitioner during the hearing, said Rohingya children were being sexually harassed for murder and that the Myanmar army had failed to comply with international humanitarian law.

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