New Delhi: Jammu not to be ousted to Myanmar without fair treatment says SC, The Supreme Court Thursday said that Rohingyas kept in Jammu will not be expelled to Myanmar without following the recommended cycle.
A seat headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde passed the request on a supplication looking for guaranteed arrival of confined Rohingya exiles in Jammu and a bearing to limit the Center from extraditing them to Myanmar.
The Center had before gone against the request saying that the nation can’t be the “capital” for unlawful workers.
During the contentions, advocate Prashant Bhushan, showing up for the applicant, had said that Rohingya youngsters were exposed to murdering, harming and sexual abuse by the Myanmar military which has neglected to regard global compassionate law.
Rough assaults supposedly by Myanmar armed force have prompted a mass migration of Rohingya tribals from the western Rakhine state in that country to India and Bangladesh.