The Centre's affidavit, filed in the apex court Registry, said the fundamental right to reside and settle in any part of the country is available to citizens only and illegal refugees can not invoke the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court to enforce the right.
"It is imperative that violence is ended and normalcy in the state is restored expeditiously through a solution based on respect for peace, communal harmony, justice, dignity and democratic values", Rajiv Chander, India's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva, said. Oklahoma City police officers who opened fire on a man who was approaching them holding a metal pipe didn't hear witnesses yelling that the man was deaf, police Capt.
The hearing is taking place as Rohingya are facing severe violence in their native Myanmar.
The latest exodus began after Rohingya militants attacked police posts there on August 25 and triggered a fierce military backlash.
Such agencies have been more active in southeast Bangladesh since violence between Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar's western Rakhine state broke out in 2012.
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Human rights groups say the crackdown could amount to a crime against humanity while it has been condemned by the United Nations, and other Western countries.
"Should the extensive violation of the basic human rights of the Rohingya Muslims be left unattended, it would further encourage extremism", Rouhani said, calling for a meaningful response to the awful situation of the Muslim community in Myanmar by the United Nations and OIC. The Supreme Court has said that it will hear the matter on 3 October at 2 pm.
The plight of the Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar has shaken the conscience of humanity.
Migrants who were found at sea are repatriated across the Myanmar-Bangladesh border in Maungdaw, Rakhine state. Although the crisis has worsened sharply in recent weeks, hundreds of thousands more Rohingya were already in Bangladesh from waves of violence years earlier, while others were displaced within Myanmar.
Aung San Suu Kyi said her government is "committed to the restoration of peace, stability and rule of law throughout the state".
The Department of State announced Wednesday that it will give $32 million worth of humanitarian aid to help Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, responding to ethnic cleansing in a country the Obama administration once hailed as a shining example of democratic reform.