With regard to the matter of Rohingya refugees, an additional testimony has been tabulated before the Supreme Court, against the alleged transportation of the members of the Rohingya community, who have undergone maltreatment in Myanmar and taken shelter in India. The appellant has also mentioned that the deportation of Rohingya refugees would not only violate Article 21 right and information norms but also proposes sending them back to torture and death. A bench of CJI SA Bobde has programmed to hear on Friday an application asking for the release of the refugees who have been inconsistently hindered in the Jammu region as well as for staying there scared looting or robbery to Myanmar on the ground for violation of Article 21 and that transporting them would put them under life risks. The further testimony brings on certain additional documents.
On 23 January, the ICJ gave a milestone judgement in the condition of ethnic abomination against the Rohingya community in Myanmar. The court found that the Rohingya community in Myanmar has ached genocide and ordered the government of Myanmar to prevent their military forces from continuing with the oppression of the Rohingyas. This order was unanimously issued by the 15 member bench of the ICJ.
Currently because of the military overthrow in Myanmar which started on 1st February, the general condition of human rights in Myanmar has greatly aggravated leading to many more refugees from other communities also running Myanmar. Recently, the Chief Minister of Mizoram has written to the Prime Minister, conveying his agony at the advisories from the Union Ministry of Home Affairs to the chief secretaries of north-eastern states bordering Myanmar and also to the security forces like Assam Rifles and BSF, for taking action to prevent illegal influx from Myanmar in the current internal situation there and to begin the deportation process expeditiously and without delay, it is submitted
The appeal has also sought supervision from UNHCR to intercede and evaluate the protection needs of the refugees and grant them refugee cards.