BJP alleges Hemant Soren government of protecting Bangladeshi and Rohingya infiltrators, urges survey
BJP Legislature Party Leader Babulal Marandi expressed his concern over the pro intruder attitude of the State Government and stressed the urgent need for identification and deportation of immigrants
A member of Myanmar Rescue Organization Pathein who requested anonymity said they found eight bodies on Sunday and all were from the Rohingya minority.
Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta claimed that around five lakh Rohingyas and Bangladeshis live in the city.
Hinduvahini AP and Telangana president B Rajavardhan Reddy said that there was a need to learn from history as history has a tendency to repeat itself.
A senior police officer said that among the 13 detainees, there were six children and two women.
Sisodia addressed the media slamming BJP for its bulldozer drive on Wednesday and said, “Existence of BJP has become synonymous with ‘hooliganism’ and anarchy in India today.
People say they have been living in city from a time when Indira Gandhi was the PM.
It was an “argument” that led to the violence, he said. Asthana briefed the media on what took place on Saturday evening during which eight policemen were injured.
AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan said that targeting one community was 'wrong' and whoever was guilty for the violence should be punished.
Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh on Monday welcomed the announcement by the United States that it considers the violent repression of their largely Muslim ethnic group in Myanmar a genocide.
Facebook has been used to spread hate speech and amplify military propaganda in Myanmar in the past.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken plans to make the long-anticipated designation on Monday at an event at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The network was operating in the border areas of Assam, West Bengal, Meghalaya as well as other parts of the country.
Suu Kyi personally presented Myanmar's arguments at the International Court of Justice when the case was first heard in December 2019 but was ousted as civilian leader in a military coup last year.
An international case accusing Myanmar of genocide against the Rohingya ethnic minority returns to the United Nations' highest court Monday.