NDPI urges LG to throw out Rohangiyas, B’deshis from Jammu

JAMMU, Jan 25: National Democratic Party (Indian) (NDPI) J&K UT unit President, Rajesh Gupta in a statement on Saturday said NDPI fully support Prime Minister Narendra Modi on CAA issue.
Gupta said we are facing such a great internal threat (from illegal migrants) that Indian soldiers may have to fight them instead of (the enemy) on the border,” the NDPI chief said.
He noted that Muslims have hit the streets to march against the CAA in large numbers. “Some people told me the reason behind the protests: they are angry that Article 370 was scrapped, there is anger against the (Supreme Court’s) Ram Temple verdict. And that pent-up anger is being expressed,” Rajesh said.
“India is not Dharamshala.People coming from Bangladesh and Pakistan should be thrown out. India had not taken the contract of humanity “.
He urged Lieutenant Governor Girish Chandra Murmu to deport all the Rohingyas from the UT as they are illegal immigrants.
Rajesh Gupta said that since they are not legal immigrants, “they stand to be deported”. He said the recovery of huge cash from the Rohingyas shows that they are indulging in terrorist activities.
“Rohingyas are involved in theft and other criminal activities. They are threat to national as well as regional security,” he said, adding, while the Central Government wants to deport them, the State Government has no policy with regard to the deportation of these immigrants.
NDPI leader said the sleeper’s cells of the Pakistan sponsored militants are active in Jammu region and there is possibility of the ammunition, in the Jammu city also. He said that in lakhs the Rohingyas, Bangladeshis, Muslims from the outside States are unlawfully settled in clusters outskirts of Jammu city and Samba.
Gupta while terming it as a question of security and safety of people of Jammu region said Government must take action on priority basis
Gupta appealed the Central and the State Government to work in unison to detect and deport these illegal immigrants and the religion should not be a bottleneck in their deportation.

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