News Express24

site logo
Breaking News

Supreme Court’s refusal to intervene in seven Rohingya house

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp

04 Oct : News Express 24 :-

The Supreme Court refused to intervene in the Central Government’s decision to send seven Rohingya illegal immigrants to Myanmar. Chief Justice of India Prashant Bhushan also said that it is his responsibility to protect Rohingya’s life. We are aware of our responsibility and we do not need to remind us of responsibility, “the apex court said.

India will return seven illegal Rohingyas in Assam to Myanmar on Thursday. The petition was filed in the Supreme Court against this. The petition was heard in the Supreme Court. Prosecutor’s lawyer Prashant Bhushan told the court that the representative of United Nations Human Rights Organization should allow Rohingya to meet him and that he really wants to return to Myanmar. The central government supported this action. Seven others were illegally living in India. In 2012, he had infiltrated India. The government said in the court that the action was taken in violation of foreign civil law. Myanmar has accepted Rohingya, the government said.

The hearing was heard in the presence of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi. After hearing both sides, the Chief Justice has rejected this petition. Prashant Bhushan said that it is his duty to protect Rohingya’s life when he plead guilty. On this, the Chief Justice said, “We know about the right to live.” The Chief Justice told Prashant Bhushan that if we repeatedly reminded us of responsibility

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on whatsapp
WhatsApp

यह भी पढ़े ..

ट्रेंडिंग न्यूज़ ..

Add New Playlist