Home ministry refutes Hardeep Singh Puri, says Rohingya not welcome

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published on August 17, 2022
It said that it is the Delhi government which had proposed to shift the Rohingyas to a new location, and that the Centre would not agree to it. “MHA has directed the Delhi government to ensure that the Rohingya illegal foreigners will continue at the present location as MHA has already taken up the matter of their deportation...

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