Demands deportation of Rohangyas and Bangladeshi’s living in J&K
JK News Today
Jammu, April 07
Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI), Jammu today served one month ultimatum to state government to start process for deportation of illegal Bangladeshi and Burmese Rohangyas living in Jammu or face agitation.
Addressing a press conference, CCI president Rakesh Gupta said that influx of foreigners without any check is threat to demography and social harmony of the state, especially Jammu region.
“Jammu and Kashmir is neither signatory to any United Nation’s treaty and Article-370 does not allow foreign settlers for any permanent settlement in the state. Chamber is aware that district administration has initiated process to identify such settlers and Union Government has asked details about these settlers from the state, but it is not enough but process should be started to deport them from the state”, Gupta said.
Gupta urged the state and Union Government police should slap PSA against the people who are helping these foreign refugees and provided them land and other facilities.
He said that the State Government had admitted in Legislative Assembly that thousands of Burmese and Bangladeshi refugees who had been unlawfully settled in clusters along the outskirts of Jammu city and Samba and were being funded by several NGOs and why no action is being taken.
Chamber has called upon social organisations, youth and student organisations to get united to launch a mass agitation against the soaring menace which otherwise would prove detrimental to the peace.
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