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National Human Rights Commission directs Arunachal government to protect rights of Chakma people

The Nationwide Human Rights Fee (NHRC) has ordered the Union Home Ministry and the Arunachal Pradesh authorities to submit a progress report on the racial profiling and rehabilitation of Chakma and Hajong folks.

Based mostly on a grievance submitted by the New Delhi-based Chakma Improvement Basis of India, the NHRC on Monday issued an order giving the federal government six weeks to ensure the safety of human rights of Chakma and Hajong. The inspiration had requested the NHRC to intervene within the racial profiling of the 65,000 Chakma and Hajong indigenous folks in Arunachal Pradesh, who "illegal census" To be deported, evicted or transferred from the state with impact from December 11, 2021 as a part of the "

The Buddhist Chakma and Hindu Hajong have been displaced by a dam in former East Pakistan and relocated to Arunachal Pradesh within the Sixties. Of the 65,000 people who make up these two communities, 60,500 are residents by delivery, whereas citizenship petitions of 4,000 migrants are nonetheless being processed. Chakma and Hajong have been acknowledged as residents by the Supreme Courtroom in January 1996, and the central and state authorities have been ordered to course of their citizenship petitions. The same choice was taken in September 2015 after the dispute was not resolved.

The inspiration cited the announcement of Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on August 15, 2021, that Chakma and Hajong could be taken out of the state in its petition to the NHRC.


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