Seven Rohingyas takes a saddle back to Myanmar

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, October 4, 2018: Seven Rohingya immigrant who had crossed over India without valid papers were deported back to Myanmar today.
The seven Rohingyas in question are Md Jamal, Mohbul Khan, Jamal Hussain, Md Yonus, Sabir Ahmed, Rahim Uddin and Md Salam and are in the age bracket of 26-32 years.
As per report, the seven were detained for six years and six months at Cachar Central Jail, Silchar District in Assam.
Though the imigrant have different theory as per wish to asylum were deported to Myanmar, by Assam and Moreh police at Indo- Myanmar friendship gate No. 2 following a Supreme Court hearing that refused to entertain a fresh plea challenging the deportation.
The Supreme Court had allowed the deportation of 7 Rohingya immigrants, who have illegally migrated to Assam in India, to their country of origin Myanmar.
The seven Rohingya immigrants were handed over to the Myanmarese authority at around 1 pm today. The deportation took place after completion of paper works by both Immigration Officers of India and Myanmar.
As as per the formalities, Assistant Commandant 6th AP Bttn, SDPO of Moreh Police IPS Shandeep Gopal Das, Officer In charge of Moreh Police Letkhohao Vaiphei, Officer In-charge Immigration Moreh Md. Tajjudin were present from Indian side during the handing of the 7 Rohingya immigrants while from Myanmar side, SP of Tamu police U Mg Mg Taw, Deputy Director of Immigration of Tamu Aung Myo and Immigration Officer of Tamu Maung Maung Tar were present during the deportation.
Deputy Director of Immigration of Tamu Myanmar Aung Myo said the seven Rohingya immigrants will be safely send them till Monou, Northeastern Valley of Myanmar after Monou, the responsibility will be on their own.

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