On 4th October 2018 The Supreme Court of India allowed the deportation of seven Rohingyas, who have illegally migrated to Assam in India, to their country of origin Myanmar.
The apex court said the seven Rohingyas were found by the competent court as illegal immigrants and Myanmar had accepted them as its citizens.
“We are not inclined to interfere on the decision taken,” the SC said.
Further the SC strikes balance between offence and Right to Life & Liberty by not going into depth of other Rohingya immigrants who took shelter in India during violence at Myanmar.
The bench comprised Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justices S K Kaul and K M Joseph.
It is condemn-able that few people making it a Political issue, Political Parties and Human Rights activists must understand the difference between Human Rights and an offence.