After months of debate and discussions on Rohingyas, the Myanmar government has finally broke silence on Rohingya Muslims. Aung San Suu Kyi today said that the government was ready to take back Rohingyas who have fled out of country alleging genocide.
The Rohingya Muslims had tuned into a National threat to India after they entered the country through borders of West Bengal. In a short span, over 60,000 Rohingya Muslims settled in parts of Jammu, West Bengal and Bihar. The real concern to India was their involvement in terror activities along with Pakistan terror groups like LeT, IM and JeM.
It was reported that these Rohingya Muslims got fake passports, voter ID and Ration cards through illegal means and sort government benefits. Many separatists groups in Kashmir helped these people settle in Jammu region with an intention to change the demography of the region. The separatists and so called secular political parties who have opposed the rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits and removing Article 370 have surprisingly supported Rohingya Muslims and threatened the government against deportation which raised serious concerns.
The so called human rights activists have also spoken in favour of Rohingyas with an intention to destabilize India. But the government of India has been firm on their decision to deport Rohingyas. But since the Myanmar government has agreed to take back Rohingyas, India will be much relieved.
Aung San Suu Kyi on Tuesday said that the national government was making “every effort to restore peace and stability” and is interested in conducting a verification process for the Rohingya Muslims forced to flee by army operations. We don’t want Myanmar to be a nation divided by religious beliefs or ethnicity… we all have the right to our diverse identities.”