Indian Rohingya Deportation and Its Constitutionality

  • Venna Siddharth Reddy
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  • Venna Siddharth Reddy

    Student at University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, India

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Constitutionality. It is a word that haunts every legislation and executive action that is ever made in a democratic and sovereign nation. One such executive action that is being questioned and criticised across the world is the recent decision of India to deport the Rohingyas back to their home nation, which has been challenged by the Rohingya Community members in the Supreme Court of India. Many people across the world have criticised India for this decision, and many International organisations under their veil of international morality policing has questioned India on various occasions for its exercise of Sovereign power. A nation under its sovereign capability must be in a position to exercise its powers in interest of its citizens and cannot be held responsible at any stage in the world on the basis of International responsibility and be labelled as violation of Human Rights. As for any Nation in this International Community the utmost and highest responsibility would be to secure the interests of its Citizens and the executive decision taken by India to deport Rohingyas is such decision and India has enough Rationale and validity to take this decision.




International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, Page 1219 - 1226


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