India to deport Rohingya refugees, as the world moves towards prosecuting Myanmar for Genocide.

By Tapan Bose | October 4, 2018 Seven Rohingya Muslims refugees who were held at a detention centre in Assam since 2012 will be handed over to Myanmar. The Supreme Court of India today refused to stop their deportation, as the new Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gagoi said, “We are not inclined to interfere on the decision taken”. Rejecting the argument of lawyer of the Rohingyas that the government’s move was against the UN charter, the Supreme Court accepted the Central Government’s statement that the Rohingya were illegal immigrants and Myanmar had accepted them as citizens. The seven Rohingya

Harn Yawnghwe: A Personal Letter to Indian PM Modi on “India’s Complicity in Genocide”

Shri Narendra Modi Prime Minister New Delhi, India   HE Rajnath Singh  Home Minister New Delhi, India    HE Vikras Swarup, High Commissioner of India to Canada Ottawa, Canada   Mr Prime Minister and Your Excellencies,   Namaskaram. Sarvesham shantir bhavatu.   I heard with alarm yesterday 3 October 2018, that India has started deporting to Myanmar, the first seven of 40,000 Rohingyas refugees seeking asylum in India in the face of the ongoing genocide of the Rohingya people in Myanmar.   May I bring to your attention that you personally and the Government of India may be