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No plan, no coercive motion to deport unlawful Rohingyas: Karnataka govt tells in Supreme Court

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Responding to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Supreme Court lawyer Ashwini Upadhyay, the Karnataka authorities said that they’ve ‘no immediate plans to deport Rohingyas’ from the capital metropolis of Bengaluru. 
No coercive steps, no plan to deport #Rohingyas from state: #BJP-led #Karnataka Govt has advised the #SupremeCourt whereas searching for dismissal of a PIL by @AshwiniUpadhyay |— Utkarsh Anand (@utkarsh_aanand) October 25, 2021
Upadhyay had filed a writ petition searching for the Central and the state authorities to determine, detain and deport all unlawful immigrants together with Bangladeshis and Rohingyas inside one yr, amending legal guidelines to make unlawful immigration and infiltration a cognizable non-bailable offence and declaring the making of fabricated id playing cards a non-bailable offence.
‘No immediate plans’
The Karnataka authorities in its response to the Supreme Court has sought dismissal of the petition citing it to be ‘devoid of merits.’
It additional clarified that the Bengaluru Police has ‘not housed Rohingyas in any camp or detention centres in its jurisdiction nor do they have any immediate plans to deport them.’
Karnataka authorities’s reply filed in SC in response to a petition. Image Source: Utkarsh Anand through TwitterAttaching an inventory of the Rohingyas residing within the metropolis limits, the state knowledgeable that as many as 72 Rohingyas have been recognized who’re working in varied fields, nevertheless, no motion has been taken in opposition to them by the police. 
Karnataka govt affidavit in SC seeks dismissal of PIL filed by @AshwiniUpadhyay for deportation of Rohingyas. Says no Rohingya in any camp below its jurisdiction. “72 Rohingyas identified working in various fields. No immediate plan for coercive action or deportation”, state stated— harish v nair (@harishvnair1) October 25, 2021
‘Central govt yet to issue clear guidelines’
Responding to a query by BJP MLC Munirajugowda, the state Home Minister Araga Jnanendra in September had said that the Central authorities is but to problem clear pointers on deporting Rohingyas settled in numerous elements of the nation.
He additional said that the Internal Security Division has been finishing up a particular marketing campaign to determine unlawful migrants from Bangladesh and that the police stations have been directed to keep up correct particulars of them. 

“The government will not allow any illegal activity by foreign nationals. Police has carried out a special campaign to identify foreigners who are overstaying beyond their Visa period,” the minister had stated additional. 
Reportedly, a particular activity power has been constituted on the district degree to maintain a examine on unlawful immigrants and folks providing them assist.