The Rohingya Menace

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby Neshant » 04 Jun 2018 09:30

What is astonishing is that it has taken almost a year for the security apparatus at the center to issue the directive to capture biometric data of these migrants.

Meanwhile 40000 have penetrated well beyond the borders even settling in states like J&K , the Andaman..etc.


Whoever is in charge of border security and internal security is 100% incompetent !

Even so, the Center should take over the operation as the state governments can''t be trusted to do a thorough job due to vote politics. Will Mamta Bannerji in West Bengal follow this order? I don't think so. It has to be done by officials and troops sent by the center before the situation gets out of hand.

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Confine illegal Rohingya to designated camps: Centre to states

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/ind ... 441862.cms

NEW DELHI: The Centre has asked Jammu & Kashmir and other states to confine illegal Rohingya settlers to pre-identified locations within their respective jurisdictions, record their personal particulars, including biometric details, and not to issue them Aadhaar number or any other identity proof.

The meticulous preparation of their personal particulars has been sought so that these details can eventually be shared with Myanmar for likely repatriation, said a government source.

This indicates the government’s intent to prevent a wider diffusion of Rohingya in India beyond the camps, and the Centre’s concern over possible presence of radical elements among them and their involvement in crime.

In a letter to the chief secretary of J&K government on Saturday, the home ministry highlighted the “ security risks posed by some of those Rohingya/foreigners who entered India illegally + and were involved in illegal activities such as fraudulent procurement and/or fabrication of Indian identity cards — PAN, voter IDs etc — money laundering, crimes and other anti-national activities”, sources told TOI.

Some of the Rohingya refugees, it added, are also vulnerable to radicalisation.

A home ministry officer told TOI that similar letters had gone to other states as well. According to estimates put together by the intelligence agencies last year, there are around 40,000 Rohingya Muslims illegally settled across the country.

Of these, 7,096 are in J&K (Jammu), 3,059 in Hyderabad, 1,114 in Mewat (Haryana), 1,200 in western Uttar Pradesh, 1,061 in Delhi (Okhla) and 400 in Jaipur.

According to central agencies, a network of touts based in West Bengal and Assam have been arranging forged identity documents for the Rohingya soon after they enter the country illegally. In fact, some NGOs run by Muslim organisations in West Bengal are arranging logistics for their stay in camps.

“Of late, some attempts by Rohingyas to move to states like Kerala, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have come to notice. There has also been new influx of immigrants into Jammu, Hyderabad, and Andaman & Nicobar Islands,” said an intelligence officer.

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby arun » 05 Aug 2018 21:38

ramana wrote:Now ARSA attacks Assam Rifles

https://twitter.com/ramana_brf/status/1 ... 75616?s=19



Good spot. Coverage of story was thin and limited to just 2 of our MSM newspapers.

Appears the story of Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA), a Mohammadden Terrorist Group made up of Bangladesh origin illegal immigrants squatting in Myanmar, attacking the Indian Army’s Assam Rifles was broken by Manish Shukla in an article published on July 26th in DNA:

Rohingya terrorists open fire on Assam Rifles men at Indo-Myanmar border

And on July 29th The Hindu ran a story under byeline of Kallol Bhattacherjee of ARSA coming out with a rather elliptical statement not quite outrightly denying the attack that carries the stench of Mohammadden Taqiyya style dissimulation:

We pose no threat to India, says Rohingya militant group : Appreciates India for providing shelter to refugees

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby anupmisra » 05 Aug 2018 22:54

arun wrote:We pose no threat to India, says Rohingya militant group: Appreciates India for providing shelter to refugees


The Fable of the Camel

A camel and his owner were traveling across the desert sand dunes when a wind storm came up.

The traveler quickly set up his tent and moved in, closing the flaps to protect himself from the cutting, grinding sands of the raging storm. The camel was of course left outside, and as the violent wind hurled the sand against his body and into his eyes and nostrils he found it unbearable and finally begged for entrance into the tent.

“There is room only for myself,” said the traveler.

“But may I just get my nose in so I can breathe air not filled with sand?” asked the camel.

“Well, perhaps you could do that,” replied the traveler, and he opened the flap ever so little and the long nose of the camel entered. How comfortable the camel was now! But soon the camel became weary of the smarting sand on his eyes and ears … :

“The wind-driven sand is like a rasp on my head. Could I put just my head in?”

Again, the traveler rationalized that to acquiesce would do him no damage, for the camel’s head could occupy the space at the top of the tent which he himself was not using. So the camel put his head inside and the beast was satisfied again—but for a short while only.

“Just the front quarters,” he begged, and again the traveler relented and soon the camel’s front shoulders and legs were in the tent. Finally, by the same processes of pleading and of yielding, the camel’s torso, his hind quarters and all were in the tent.

But now it was too crowded for the two, and the camel kicked the traveler out into the wind and storm.

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby Neshant » 06 Aug 2018 22:14

anupmisra wrote:The Fable of the Camel


+1

They will refuse to return when the time comes.. and years down the line will come demands for Dar-ul-Islam.

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby brvarsh » 08 Aug 2018 10:45

anupmisra wrote:
arun wrote:We pose no threat to India, says Rohingya militant group: Appreciates India for providing shelter to refugees


The Fable of the Camel

But now it was too crowded for the two, and the camel kicked the traveler out into the wind and storm.

This story has a hidden message - If the traveler did not need the camel he would have cut camel's head when he thought it was getting too much but he did not, he did not because he needed the camel to travel. We often get knocked down by something that we need for something else.

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby ramana » 08 Aug 2018 21:26

Brvarsh, Very true.
The Rohingjyas illegals are facilitated by the Congress eco-system in all its forms as vote-banks against Indian nationalists.
If one traces where they entered India and who facilitated their entry, and id cards and which states they are now settled in shows its a massive secular parties collusion abusing the word Secular in the Constitution.

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby Neshant » 26 Aug 2018 20:52

The govt appears totally incompetent at controlling this steadily unfolding mess.

Put these people into camps now before they spread all over the place causing an even bigger security nightmare.
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How did these Rohingya Muslims in Hyderabad raise Rs lakh to obtain a voter ID

https://www.oneindia.com/india/how-did- ... 56515.html

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby Neshant » 26 Aug 2018 20:58

Rohingyas in India will create 10 more Kashmir, says Ramdev

https://www.wefornews.com/rohingyas-in- ... ys-ramdev/

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby Mukesh.Kumar » 27 Aug 2018 18:09

The UN weighs in on the Rohingya issue.

BBC: Myanmar Rohingya: UN says military leaders must face genocide charges

The actual reportbased on last year's UNHCR fact finding investigation into Myanmar. If we read the report it seems a little exaggerated. Also, one more thing the fact-finding mission did not visit Myanmar physically. Is this normal?

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Re: The Rohingya Menace

Postby ArjunPandit » 27 Aug 2018 18:45

Mukesh.Kumar wrote:The UN weighs in on the Rohingya issue.

BBC: Myanmar Rohingya: UN says military leaders must face genocide charges

The actual reportbased on last year's UNHCR fact finding investigation into Myanmar. If we read the report it seems a little exaggerated. Also, one more thing the fact-finding mission did not visit Myanmar physically. Is this normal?

With UN it is actually not, their kashmir report exhorting india to do what not was also based on googled reports and not actual ground reports.


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