Union Minister Anurag Thakur stated that infiltrators have no place in the country and that the central government will work to drive them out. The Union Minister questioned why Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is so accommodating to Rohingya infiltrators. They should respond to this. He stated that while Rohingya infiltrators are a priority for the Delhi government, national security is our top priority.
Anurag Thakur stated that the AAP is distributing Rewari to infiltrators.
According to Anurag Thakur, Kejriwal is more of a Lie Minister than a Chief Minister, and his party follows this line. According to the Union Minister, Aam Aadmi Party MLAs are providing free water and electricity to infiltrators at the request of the Chief Minister. His government had now gone so far as to provide free flats to these infiltrators, as revealed by the letter. Revdi is being distributed to Bangladeshi infiltrators by the Kejriwal government and its ministers. He stated that there has been discussion about constructing a detention centre for Rohingyas in Delhi, but the Delhi government wants to give them free flats by not granting them land.
Anurag Thakur stated, “I want to clarify, the Ministry of Home Affairs has explicitly stated that Rohingya illegal migrants will not be considered Indian citizens.” They will be returned; the Ministry of External Affairs is negotiating this. The Union Minister Anurag Thakur stated that the Kejriwal administration is willing to compromise on national security in order to win votes. However, national security is of the utmost importance to us, and as previously stated, illegal immigrants will not be accommodated here. The AAP government in Delhi is providing free water, electricity, and rations to illegal migrant Rohingyas living in the city, and is now prepared to provide flats as well.
Manish Sisodia accuses BJP
Earlier, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and AAP leader Manish Sisodia wrote to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, urging him to order an investigation into who made the decision to relocate Rohingya Muslims to flats in Delhi. According to Sisodia, we did not make the decision to relocate Rohingya Muslims to the flat. The Center has also stated that it did not make this decision; therefore, who made this decision? He demanded that those responsible for this decision face severe consequences.
Sisodia claimed that the Home Ministry clarified it after the Aam Aadmi Party and others objected to Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri’s tweet about the transfer of Rohingya community members. According to Hardeep Puri, Rohingya refugees in Delhi will be relocated to flats for the economically disadvantaged. On Wednesday, the Union Home Ministry stated that no such decision had been made and directed the Delhi government to ensure that illegal foreigners are kept in detention centres until they are deported to their home country.
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