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National security vital, but human rights too, top court on Rohingyas issue

National security vital, but human rights too, top court on Rohingyas issue

National security vital, but human rights too, top court on Rohingyas issue
October 13
10:46 2017

By gooogle news team By gooogle team New Delhi:
The Supreme Court on Friday asked all the States to proceed with caution regarding Rohingyas in India, referring to the presence of women and children among them.
Saying that the issue is senstive, the apex court felt that a balance needs to be struck as it is not an ordinary case and involves issue of human rights of refugees.
Asserting that national security can’t be given a second priority, the court said that human rights of Rohingyas should also be kept in mind.
The court observed that no Rohingya refugee should be deported till the next hearing in the case. The next hearing would be on November 21.
Before, the apex court cautioned the States, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath ordered the State police to identify, verify and deport any foreign nationals living in the State without proper documentation.
While, the Indian government refused to allow Rohingyas from Myanmar into the country, it did send tonnes of relief material to cater to thousands of families of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh.

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