The teacher burst into laughter after "Rohingya refugees have no right to settle in India": Center gives affidavit in Supreme Court The teacher burst into laughter after "Rohingya refugees have no right to settle in India": Center gives affidavit in Supreme Court

The teacher burst into laughter after "Rohingya refugees have no right to settle in India": Center gives affidavit in Supreme Court

The teacher burst into laughter after  "Rohingya refugees have no right to settle in India": Center gives affidavit in Supreme Court

Rohingya Refugees: Center said, "Most of the foreigners have entered India illegally. The fundamental rights under the Constitution are available only to the citizens of the country. For this reason the petitioners are not demanding the creation of a new work for the citizens.

Supreme Court: Center said, there can be no recognition of the status of refugees outside the legislative framework.
New Delhi:An affidavit has been filed by the Center in the Supreme Court on Rohingya refugees. In this affidavit, the Center has said that foreigners cannot be completely accepted as refugees in India. In its affidavit, the Center said, "As a developing country with the world's largest population and limited resources, it is important for the country to give priority to its citizens. There can be no recognition of the status of refugees outside the legislative framework and refugees "Such a declaration of status cannot be made even through a judicial order".
The Center said, "Most of the foreigners have entered India illegally. The fundamental rights under the Constitution are available only to the citizens of the country. Therefore, the petitioners cannot demand the creation of a new work of citizens. "Decisions of this magnitude are within the exclusive jurisdiction of the legislature and cannot be permitted through judicial orders." 

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The affidavit states that "being illegal migrants, the Rohingyas cannot claim protection under Part III of the Constitution because Part III protects only the citizens of the country and not the illegal immigrants. A foreigner can be prosecuted only under Article 21 He has the right to life and liberty and cannot claim the fundamental right to reside or settle in India. This right is enjoyed only by Indian citizens”.

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  3. The Center said, "Most of the foreigners have entered India illegally

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