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No Rohingya can be deported until further hearing: Supreme Court

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The Supreme Court on Friday gave more time to all the parties to argue on the deportation of Rohingya refugees. The next hearing on the matter will be heard on 21 November. The court told the government that no Rohingya refugee should be deported until the next date of hearing in the case. This observation of the apex court holds importance as the Centre had been arguing that Rohingyas are illegal immigrants and must be sent back to Myanmar.

During the hearing, the apex court observed that national importance cannot be secondary and at the same time human rights of Rohingyas should be kept in mind. “We have to strike a balance. It is not an ordinary case. The issue involves human rights of many,” the top court said in its observation. The Central government is describing Rohingyas as illegal immigrants and refusing to treat them as refugees. “If you (Centre) take any kind of contingency plan, you need to inform this court,” the court told Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who appeared for the government.

“If you (Centre) take any kind of contingency plan, you need to inform this court,” the court told Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, who appeared for the government. The ASG said that the Rohingya issue involves international ramifications.

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