36 Burmese insurgents detained at Port Blair face the danger of being deported to
A detainee says, “The police has taken our names and address
The details of the detainees are collected on 8th December upon the return from the court appointment.
During the court hearing of the day, the Judge commented that the detainees should be released.
After the release from the detention, the Indian central authority can transfer the Burmese nationals can be transferred to local authority of Port Blair, the juge said.
Human Rights organisations were concerned that these 36 Burmese nationals are members of Arakanese and Karen insurgent groups, and the military junta would definitely jail most members and execute leaders.
The lawyer of the detainees says that the United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) India Office was willing to help these nationals but due to the pressure from the Indian government, its help is short in coming.
The next court hearing is on
The court hearing will be 15 days after that date.
These 36 insurgents and other six leaders came to
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