State Can’t Be Oblivious: What Supreme Court Said On Rohingya Refugees – NDTV

October 13, 2017
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The Supreme Court has made it clear that it was not going to overlook the humanitarian aspect of the Rohingya refugees in India and called it an “extraordinary case”. “It is not a case of a small demolition,” the bench observed. All India | Reported by …

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