While advising people trying to enter India to “return in peace”, the special secretary wrote that treatment should be given on humanitarian grounds in the event of serious injuries.
Manipur government withdraws order to stop refugees coming from Myanmar
The Manipur government ordered the Deputy Commissioners of the districts bordering Myanmar not to set up camps to provide food and shelter to refugees fleeing from neighboring Myanmar after the coup, but to avoid the possibility of public outrage I took it back after three days. In a consultation issued to the Deputy Commissioners of Chandel, Tengupal, Kamjong, Ukhrul and Churachandpur on March 26, Special Secretary (Home) H Gyan Prakash has also asked them to stop Aadhaar registration.
It said that in view of the developments going on in the neighboring country of Myanmar, there is a news that the citizens there are trying to enter India through the border states including Manipur. “The district administration should not open any camp for providing food and shelter,” it said in the circular. There is no permission to open any camp for providing shelter / food to the civic institutions too. ”
Treatment should be given on human basis
Advising the Deputy Commissioners to “return peacefully” to those trying to enter India, the Special Secretary wrote that treatment should be given on humanitarian grounds in the event of serious injuries. Following the public outrage in neighboring Mizoram against attempts to block the entry of refugees from Myanmar, the officer issued another advisory on Monday, stating that the material mentioned in the previous letter was “inaccurate”.
It says, “It seems that the words of the letter were misunderstood. The state government is taking all humanitarian steps including taking refugees to Imphal, treating the injured. The state government will continue to provide all possible help. “Prakash said,” I have been instructed to tell the government’s decision that it has decided to withdraw the letter written on 26 March. “Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga recently At the same time, in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he was requested to give shelter to the refugees and said that “large scale human destruction” is taking place in Myanmar and the army is killing innocent civilians.
More than 1,000 civilians have taken refuge in Mizoram since the coup in Myanmar. A senior government official told PTI-Bhasha on Monday that no order has been received from the Center following the March 10 guidelines to prevent illegal migration from the neighboring country.
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