Illegal Rohingya Muslims are increasing their footprint in Bharat and their settlements in the nation’s capital Delhi are proof enough of the kind of influence they have both on the polity and demography of Bharat. As per a Dainik Bhaskar report Rohingyas have illegally occupied a 5.2 acre plot belonging to the UP (Uttar Pradesh) government opposite a crematorium in the Madanpur Khadar area, right next to the Shaheen Bagh, Jamia Nagar areas which were the epicentre of violent anti-CAA protests recently.
What’s more? They have the backing of AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan, Delhi Government and AAP itself who have facilitated their settlement here and ensured that they are provided all benefits including water and power supply.
It has been learnt that the AAP MLA and Government have been providing the illegal occupants with ration supply following the lockdown amid the Covid-19 pandemic. While migrant labourers and their families nearby have been denied rations. The occupants have been encouraged to steal electric supply and even an illegal boring has been constructed to supply the Rohingya camp with water. The camp is itself located on land that belongs to UP government’s irrigation department.
The Delhi government and AAP is illegally settling Rohingyas whom the Centre has identified as a ‘security threat’ to the nation and made a declaration to that effect in the Supreme Court (SC), stating that the Centre intends to deport them. Not only the Bharatiya government but even the Bangladeshi government considers Rohingyas a security threat.
These settlements are as much a health hazard as they are a security threat. Locals have pointed out that these illegal occupants are also indulging in sale of drugs such as ganja, smack and other illegal addictives while the police are looking the other way. Not only Rohingyas but also illegal Bangladeshis have made themselves at home in the surrounding area with the continued support of both the police and ruling party. In a well-planned move Amanatullah and his party has shifted these illegal occupants from an empty plot owned by a Muslim politician in Kanchan Kunj to their present location. Locals have alleged that the camp houses around 300 illegal Rohingya Muslims who have been receiving all kinds of support from Amanatullah and AAP.
All pleas to get the evicted by locals have fallen on deaf ears. Ex-MP Mahesh Giri had also written a letter to the Delhi police asking them to evict these illegal occupants. However, Amanatullah objected to this. Giri’s personal secretary has stated that Amanatullah Khan has helped these infiltrators acquire AADHAR and voter cards by issuing letters on his official letter-head.
The local corporator Santosh Devi (BJP) said that she has written to Delhi police, current MP Gautam Gambhir and UP government, but no action has been taken as yet. When the Dainik Bhaskar correspondent spoke to the area’s ACP Dhal Singh, he casually remarked, “So what if Rohingyas are living there?” SHO Kalindi Kunj, Sanjay Sinha, agreed that Rohingyas are living illegally in the area but refused to comment, asking the correspondent to speak with the DCP.
A UP Irrigation Department officer said that a plan has been submitted to Lucknow to clear the government land, and a complaint lodged with Union Home Ministry over the uncooperative attitude of Delhi Police.
AAP MLA Amanatullah supporting illegal Rohingya and Bangladeshi infiltrators shouldn’t come as a surprise because he himself has a history of exhibiting radical Islamic tendencies and criminal behaviour. It was he who rushed to the defense of riot-accused Tahir Hussain who was arrested for his role in the Delhi riots and murder of Intelligence Bureau officer Ankit Sharma. He was even involved in the assault on Delhi Chief secretary Anshu Prakash at CM Kejriwal’s residence. Amanatullah has often resorted to incendiary hate speeches to whip up a sense of both anger and victimhood among Muslims which can then be leveraged to target Hindus.
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