Save Rohingya refugees from deportation to Burma and into the jaws of death……Mann

Save Rohingya refugees from deportation to Burma and into the jaws of death.

Quilla S Harnam Singh,
Distt. Fatehgarh Sahib,
Punjab (India),
Pin Code- 140406
Dated- 08th September 2017
Your Lordship Chief Justice Misra,
Fateh,
I wish to bring to Your Lordships notice about the plight of the Rohingya Muslim’s in Burma. They are being slaughtered in their hundreds and their children are also suffering from thirst, hunger, starvation and homelessness. My party and I would humbly pray that they be given refuge in this country as refugees, as, if they are deported from this country, will run foul of the principle of non-refoulement. Besides this article 14.1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights clearly and unambiguously states that:
“Everyone has the right to seek and enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution.”
The Declaration on Territorial Asylum (1967) describes the principles on which states should base themselves in their practices relating to territorial asylum. One of the principles is non-refoulement: “the prohibition to forcibly send back a person to a country that is dangerous for the asylum-seeker.
This country has always been the home of the refugees and as Article 51 of the constitution empowers Your Lordship to allow these pitiful refugees into the country and protect them from deportation, my party the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) and I would be highly grateful to Your Lordship of saving such a large people fleeing state terror to stay in this country till some sort of a legal system is established in Burma, which will ensure their protection, safety and a honourable livelihood.
With regards,
Yours Sincerely,
Simranjit Singh Mann,
President,
Shiromani Akal Dal Amritsar

His Lordship Justice Dipak Misra,
Honourable Designate Chief Justice of the Supreme Court,
Supreme Court,
New Delhi.

Quilla S Harnam Singh,
Distt. Fatehgarh Sahib,
Punjab (India),
Pin Code- 140406
Dated- 08th September 2017

Dear Chairman,
Fateh,
I wish to bring to Your Lordships notice about the plight of the Rohingya Muslim’s in Burma. They are being slaughtered in their hundreds and their children are also suffering from thirst, hunger, starvation and homelessness. My party and I would humbly pray that they be given refuge in this country as refugees, as if they are deported from this country, will run foul of the principle of non-refoulement. Besides this article 14.1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights clearly and unambiguously states that:

“Everyone has the right to seek and enjoy in other countries asylum from persecution.”

The Declaration on Territorial Asylum (1967) describes the principles on which states should base themselves in their practices relating to territorial asylum. One of the principles is non-refoulement: “the prohibition to forcibly send back a person to a country that is dangerous for the asylum-seeker.

This country has always been the home of the refugees and as Article 51 of the constitution empowers Your Lordship to allow these pitiful refugees into the country, my party the Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar) and I would be highly grateful to Your Lordship of saving such a large people fleeing state terror to stay in this country till some sort of a legal system is established in Burma, which will ensure their protection, safety and a honourable livelihood.
With regards,

Yours Sincerely,
Simranjit Singh Mann,
President,
Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar).
Honourable Chairman,
National Human Rights Commission,
New Delhi.

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