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Will we show ‘insaniyat’ for Rohingyas only in Bangladesh: Sugata Bose



Sugata Bose

New Delhi, July 31: Speaking on the issue of Rohingya refugee  and illegal immigrants who managed to get voting rights and Aadhaar cards, home minister Rajnath Singh said that the Border Security Force and Assam Rifles have been deployed to stop further infiltration of Rohingyas.While Trinamool Congress MP Sugata Bose cornered Modi government on adopting  double standards on Rohingyas.


Trinamool Congress MP and Professor Bose said it is unfortunate that India is deporting Rohingya when we as a country is known for humanity. On one hand the Indian government is helping Rohingya in Cox Bazaar, Bangladesh which is providing shelter to over nine lakh refugee. We are sheltering only 40,000 Rohingya and we want to deport them?

“External Affairs Ministry is conducting ‘operation insaniyat’ for Rohingyas in Bangladesh. There are 40,000 Rohingyas in India, will we show insaniyat for only those who are in Bangladesh?.”


“I have issued an advisory to states to monitor those who have already come and keep them in one place and not let them spread. States also have the right to deport them,”Rajnath Singh said.

Shiv Sena leader Arvind Sawant  raised the issue of Rohingya refugee getting voting rights and how some of them have Aadhaar cards now. Many of them are not even refugee, they are illegal immigrants.

He further claimed  that the northeastern border is porus which enables Bangladeshi and Rohingya migrants to enter India.He wants to know how many Rohingya were deported from India so far.


MoS Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju replied that no Rohingya will be getting any legal document to show they are Indians. If there are evidence, the member may produce the details, we’ll investigate, he says.

Rijiju said, “Our borders with Bhutan and Myanmar are not fenced, but the border security have ensured no illegal migration through these routes.”

Rajnath Singh said, “All States have been asked to ennumerate the number of Rohingya in their region. Assam Rifiles are also ensuring that illegal migration don’t happen.”

On the issue of deporting Rohingya, we are collating the details with External Affairs Ministry and the States, he adds.


MoS Kiren Rijiju says our priority is to protect our citizens firsts. We are ready to help Rohingya deported to India to resettle in Myanmar. He also says India is providing shelter to millions of refugee.

Rijiju said we are providing shelter to Tibetans and refugees from Tamil Nadu! A costly slip of tongue. AIADMK MPs protest and seek apology. Rijiju says it is a slip of tongue and he meant Sri Lankan Tamils.



Bombay HC upholds acquittal of six in 2009 Goa blast case





 The Goa bench of the Bombay High Court on Saturday upheld the acquittal of six persons accused of being linked to the Goa-headquartered Sanatan Sanstha, and who were charged by the NIA for a failed bomb blast plot in South Goa’s Margao town in 2009.

Speaking to reporters here, National Investigation Agency (NIA) counsel Pravin Faldessai said that Vinay Talekar, Dhananjay Ashtekar, Prashant Ashtekar, Vinayak Patil, Prashant Juvekar and Dilip Mazgaonkar were acquitted getting “the benefit of the doubt”.

“Today, the HC passed a judgment on an NIA appeal against the acquittal order passed by a Special Judge in the blast case. The High Court considered (the appeal) in larger detail and held that the accused be given the benefit of the doubt,” Faldessai said.

On October 16, 2009, accused Malgonda Patil and Yogesh Naik ferrying an IED to a Diwali pandal in Margao, 30 km from here, were killed when the improvised explosive device exploded accidentally.

Barring Naik, all the other accused hail from Maharashtra, and were regular visitors to the Sanatan Sanstha ashram in the temple town of Ponda, 30 km from Panaji.

The case was initially investigated by the Goa Police Crime Branch but later handed over to the NIA.

In all, 11 persons were accused of participating in the conspiracy, including the two deceased, even as three persons are still absconding.

On December 31, 2013, a special trial court in Goa acquitted Talekar, Dhananjay and Prashant Ashtekar, Patil, Juvekar and Mazgaonkar, while accusing the NIA of “manipulating” facts to implicate Sanatan Sanstha in the case.

In their order on Saturday, High Court Justices MS Sonak and MS Jawalkar expunged the remarks of the special court regarding the alleged mala-fide intentions of the central agency, the NIA counsel said.

“The Special Judge had said that there were mala fides by the investigating agency… those remarks are now expunged,” Faldessai said.

“There was one major circumstance which we had to prove — this particular Sanstha had the motive to conduct this blast to spread terror in Goa and across India. But the court said there was no proof…,” the counsel said.

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Delhi riots: Opposition leaders meet President, demands independent probe into police role



Delhi Roits Judicial Enquiry

Opposition leaders met President Ram Nath Kovind on Thursday and demanded an independent probe by a commission headed by a retired or sitting judge into the role of the Delhi police in the February riots and the ongoing probe into the incident.

Congress Treasurer and MP Ahmed Patel, CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury, CPI general secretary D. Raja, DMK leader and MP Kanimozhi and RJD leader and MP Manoj K Jha were part of the delegation.

The Delhi police have set up special investigation teams, and its Special Cell has been probing the aspect of conspiracy behind the riots, in which 53 people lost their lives.

In a memorandum, the leaders voiced concern over the probe being conducted by the police. “The entire investigation appears to be aimed at arriving at a pre-meditated theory about a conspiracy propounded by the Home Minister in the Lok Sabha in March 2020, before any investigation had even begun into the riots,” it said. The memorandum said the investigation by the police did not inspire confidence as there were serious questions about its “impartiality”.

“A credible and unbiased probe is crucial to restore public trust in the law and order machinery of the State. The investigation cannot be allowed to become a fishing and roving expedition aimed at causing a chilling effect on dissent and protest in the country. We, therefore, urge you to call upon the Government of India to institute an inquiry into this investigation under the Commission of Inquiry Act, 1952, headed by sitting/retired judge(s),” the memorandum said.

It criticised the police for the reference made to Mr. Yechury in a supplementary charge sheet, citing disclosure statements made by the accused. “This is a disturbing trend that raises serious questions over the manner of such investigations,” it said.

The leaders said there were several publicly documented accounts and videos of the police being “complicit in the violence, directing mobs pelting stones or looking the other way when mobs were indulging in violence”. “During the violence, a disturbing video emerged showing uniformed policemen assaulting young men lying injured on the road and forcing them to sing the national anthem while repeatedly beating them with lathis. One of the men, Faizan, succumbed to his injuries a few days later,” the memorandum said. It also highlighted other such instances, including the one in which the “DCP stood quietly next to a BJP leader who was instigating violence against the protestors, warning that if they did not vacate the road, he would do it himself”. The memorandum said that despite several complaints about the involvement of police officials, no action had been taken.

The leaders also criticised the police for being a mute spectator to the alleged hate speech of BJP leaders and turning a blind eye to the role of its own personnel in the violence. The probe appeared to be pursuing a line of inquiry “criminalising the protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) and portraying them as a conspiracy which resulted in the riots in Delhi,” they said.

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Congress Leader Ahmad Patel Raises Digital Divide Issue in Rajya Sabha

Digital India should not increase the barrier between students. The government should regulate it for the poor and help the poor : Ahmed Patel on students facing difficulties in online classes



Ahmed Patel Rajya Sabha Online Education

Congress leader Ahmed Patel raised the issue of digital divide amid online schools during the pandemic while BSP’s Rajaram raised the issue of reservation for Scheduled Castes and Other Backward Classes in the Jammu region in the Upper House.

It is causing financial and mental trouble to some weaker sections of the society. Digital India should not increase the barrier between students. The government should regulate it for the poor and help the poor.

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