Fulfill your promise of early deportation of Rohingyas: Harsh

New Delhi, Mar 15: Describing the growing influx of Rohingyas and Bangladeshi’s in Jammu as a deep rooted conspiracy to change the demographic profile of the region a strong contingent of Panther activists spearheaded by Harsh Dev Singh Chairman JKNPP and Former J&K Minister and Yashpal Kundal State President Young Panthers staged a vociferous protest demonstration outside the Parliament in New Delhi on Thursday.
While raising slogans of ‘Chodho Hamara Jammu Pradesh, Rohingyas Jaao Bangladesh’, ‘Rohingyas, Bangladeshis Go back’ the agitated protestors accused the BJP-PDP alliance of sheltering and settling the illegal foreign immigrants in Jammu province.
Later, a deputation led by Harsh Dev Singh submitted a detailed memorandum to the Union Minister for Home Affairs Rajnath Singh seeking immediate deportation of Rohingyas and Bangladeshis from Jammu.
With established criminal antecedents of Rohingyas, Singh regretted that the BJP partnered dispensation was purportedly not taking the cognizance of the alarming situation for political interests which could explode and flare up tension in the entire Jammu province.
Only recently the reporters and the cameramen from national media were brutally attacked by the Rohingyas and their supporters when the former had visited the locality to cover the story of latter’s illegal settlement in the periphery of Jammu city. The ugly episode had unveiled their criminal mind set and with their suspected involvement in the recent terror attack on Sunjuwan Army camp, the public outrage against them could be gauged from the ‘writing on the walls’ which appeared at several public places in the city seeking deportation of Rohingyas and B’deshis from the Dogra land.
These illegal immigrants described as ‘ticking time bombs’ by the security agencies had been found active in fuelling narco smuggling, human trafficking, child abductions, beggary, border crossing and other crimes.
Moreover, there were reports of Rohingyas having been involved in the sacrilegious acts to flare up communal tension in Jammu city which had instigated the people to come on the roads to lodge their protest, Harsh divulged.
He said that they were not only security threat but also a social menace alluring youth in drugs and prostitution.
Ruing that that the people were up in arms against the criminal apathy of the BJP-PDP alliance with GoM headed by Dy CM Nirmal Singh turning futile, he said that the illegal settlers were posing a grave threat to demography and communal brotherhood of Jammu Pradesh.
He said that if the Rohingyas were settled in Jammu during Congress rule, the BJP had been hand in glove with its ally PDP in providing them all kinds of civic amenities to settle them in and around Jammu city under a deep rooted conspiracy to reduce Dogras to minority.
He said that the number of illegal foreign immigrants had soared under BJP rule with several thousand Rohingyas camping in Jammu and Samba districts. They had illegally built slums at some of the congested colonies in Jammu city and managed to procure PRCs, Adhar cards, Ration cards, mobile sim cards, free water and electric connections besides admissions of their children in Govt. schools.
Shockingly they had also established “Burma Market” in Narwal in connivance with the people sitting at the helm of affairs. Reports had revealed that they were also enjoying the patronage of the radical terror outfits like JeM. LeT, HM, DeM and others, Harsh added.
He said that the failure of State govt. to evict them had further encouraged the anti-nationals operative in Kashmir to extend sectarian support to the Rohingyan settlement in Jammu region.
Terming their early repatriation as need of the hour, Yashpal Kundal reminded the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh that the natives of Myanmar and Bangladesh had already been identified in Jammu city and its adjacent peripheries.
He urged upon him to personally intervene into the matter and direct the State govt. to ensure deportation of these unlawful immigrants from J&K without any further delay in the larger interests of peace and security.