Master Stroke: India deports 7 Rohingya immigrants to Myanmar

04 Oct 2018 10:18 PM

Master Stroke: India deports 7 Rohingya immigrants to Myanmar

Updated 04 Oct 2018 10:18 PM

India on Thursday deported to Myanmar seven Rohingya immigrants, who have been staying in Assam illegally since 2012, on their "willingness", constituting the first batch of such immigrants to be sent back to their homes.

The immigrants were handed over to Myanmar authorities in the afternoon at Moreh border post. They had entered Assam illegally and were detected and arrested in 2012. They served three months in detention in Cachar Central Jail and were subsequently lodged in a detention centre at Silchar.

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