Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee insisted on Monday that not all Rohingya are terrorists. On the other hand, the central government has maintained its stand that some of these may be linked to Pakistani terrorist groups and all of them will be sent back.
Mamta said, “All the common people are not terrorists, some may be terrorists and they will be treated as terrorists. There is a difference between terrorists and common people. Every community can have good and bad people, but one The community is a community. ”
The central government has asked the Supreme Court not to interfere on the issue of Rohingyas because it is a policy decision to exile and some of them may be associated with Pakistani terrorist groups. Home Minister of State Kiren Rijiju said on Monday that the removal of Rohingya refugees from the government is in the interest of the country. However, the Trinamool Congress supremo said, “This should not be done by innocent people.”
He said, “If any terrorist is there, then the government should take action against him, but should not be punished by the common people, it is humanity. If the common people suffer, humanity will also suffer.” Mamata Banerjee said that the central government has asked the state government to prepare the list of refugees.
He said, “He (the central government) has asked us to list children and other people and send a list for deportation. Our Child Commission does not agree with this.”