Dealing with illegal migrants like Bangladeshis and Rohingyas has always been a big challenge for the Indian government and security forces. The Indian government is taking all the steps to curb this illegal migration that is somewhere causing serious security issues in the country.
Amid that situation, some internal traitors are helping these illegal migrant hawkers in exchange for money. A non-governmental & nonprofit organisation, Legal Rights Observatory, has shed light on one similar issue, where workers of the Pune Municipal Corporation are allegedly helping Bangladeshi and Rohingya migrants living illegally in India to illegally establish their business in Pune.
As per the tweet, Prashant Waghamare, City Engineer at PUNE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, City Engineer at PUNE MUNICIPAL CORPORATION are helping Bangladeshi and Rohingyas in exchange for money. Moreover, the organisation has also said that it is going to write a letter to the Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis and Income Tax India demanding a probe in this matter.
It should be noted according to an estimate by the MHA, close to 40,000 Rohingya migrants live in different parts of the country, including Delhi. Last year, the central government told the Rajya Sabha that "illegal Rohingya immigrants" are staying in 12 states and union territories – Jammu and Kashmir, Telangana, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Assam, Karnataka and Kerala.