India is in a deep crisis at the moment, Rohingya Muslims, who were thrown out of Myanmar are now seeking shelter in India and at the same time are posing a security threat to the country on other. The Intelligence agencies of the country claim that the community is collecting a huge amount of arms and ammunition from Bangladesh to attack Nagaland and entire North-East.
Local Imams and other Religious organizations are connecting with Rohingya Rebels:
Especially the Nagaland is under threat these days as the Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar are in plans to attack the local Nagas of the state. As per the Intelligence agencies, the Rohingya Militants are having connections with the Imams of Dimapur, they are helping Rohingyas in their plans and offering help to get them settled there.
As per the sources, they are also helping them to amass huge amount of arms and ammunition, so that they can strike anywhere inside the Indian territory.
In a shocking revelation,it was observed that around 2,000 Muslims have volunteered to take up arms against the Nagas of the state, if the latter try to drive them out during the influx.
The local Imams and other religious leaders in the state are helping them in their planning to attack Hebron and Kehoi camps that will help them to capture Nagaland with convenience.
As per intelligence input, around 20 ISIS terrorists have been entered the state and they are training the volunteers. Along with this, there is a possibility of suicide bomb attacks and bomb blasts are likely throughout Nagaland. The authorities have directed to track the movement of Muslims in Dimapur.
BSF Inspector General (RETD) V. K. Gaur stated, “It is believed that Pakistan’s Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD), elements from Al Quaida, Jamat e Islami, Chhatra Shibir, ISI and some other Islamist groups have infiltrated the camps as relief workers for distributing relief material from Islamic countries.”
Adding to this he said, “They have picked up a significant number of young refugees for arms training. It is learned that during the night such people are whisked away in vehicles of security forces to three districts including Bandarban and Khagrachari. Needless to say that there are several elements in armed forces who are supporters of ISI and oppose Indo- Bangladesh amity.”
SC to hear Rohingya refugees’ plea
The Apex Court of the country, on Friday, will hear the plea submitted by the Rohingya Refugees in the country seeking help from the Central Government not to deport them back.
For this, a three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra will hear the petitions filed by these immigrants.
The bench, also comprising of Justices A.M. Khanwilkar and D.Y. Chandrachud, said it will hear in detail various aspects of the matter, including the Centre’s preliminary objection. Since the issue fell under the domain of the executive and hence was not justifiable.
The top court announced that it will hear arguments only on the points of law, as the matter is considered humanitarian and it is required to be heard with mutual respect.
The plea has been filed by the two Rohingya Refugees namely, Mohammad Salimullah and Mohammad Shaqir. They have claimed that they had taken refuge in India after escaping from Myanmar due to widespread discrimination, violence, and bloodshed against the community there. But now the order by the government to deport them and others from the community is not right on humanitarian grounds.
The Supreme Court is to hear the matter today and will be considering the grounds of humanity, but if there is an insurgency conducted by the community it will be a big challenge for the court to decide whether to let them stay or to ask them to deport.