Are Rohingya children being illegally admitted to Delhi schools under the EWS quota mandated by RTE Act? BJP Delhi spokesperson Anuja Kapur has alleged that Rohingya immigrants from Myanmar are illegally obtaining documents like Aadhar card and income tax certificate (to show EWS status) with the help of Delhi government authorities.
Under the sectarian and convoluted Right To Education (RTE) Act, government schools and private schools managed by Hindus (minorities are exempt from RTE) are required to reserve 25% seats for students belonging to EWS (Economically Weaker Section) and disadvantaged groups.
She has claimed that this entire racket is being carried out under supervision of Deputy Director of Education (private school branch) Yogesh Pal Singh, Delhi Education minister Manish Sisodia, Revenue department of Delhi, and Tehsildar of Dwarka Bhoop Singh.
If true, this is a clear violation of the EWS quota meant for Bharatiya children belonging to poor families living in our national capital. Illegal Rohingya immigrants are a security threat and the Centre is looking to deport them from our country.
However, AAP government in Delhi has a history of promoting anti-national and anti-social elements and this move seems a continuation.
AAP and its MLAs have used these illegal immigrants to spread anarchy and violence across the capital as was seen during last year’s Delhi riots. Hate speeches against Hindus from the likes of AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan fuelled these aliens.
Khan is the MLA from Okhla constituency, a hub of radical Islam which houses controversial hotspots like Batla House and Shaheen Bagh. It also houses the infamous Jamia Millia Islamia and Amanatullah Khan is an ex-student who did not graduate.
Since 1993, Okhla has never been won by a non-Muslim candidate and the trend continued in the 2020 Assembly elections when Amanatullah won by a record margin of over 91,000 votes. Earlier, it came to light that Khan had systematically settled illegal Rohingya immigrants on encroached UP govt land opposite a crematorium in the Madanpur Khadar area, right next to Shaheen Bagh, and was looking to turn them into his vote bank in future elections.
During the corona-driven lockdown last year, the Kejriwal government in Delhi confessed before the Delhi High Court that it was providing “adequate ration” to these illegals. Simultaneously, poor Hindus lamented that Khan and his supporters turned them away because they were Hindu and ‘did not vote for AAP’.
Former South-east Delhi MP Mahesh Giri had written to Delhi Police asking them to remove Rohingya immigrants, but Amanatullah objected to the move. Giri alleged that the AAP MLA got Aadhar and Voter ID cards made for the Rohingya immigrants on his own letterheads.
Locals say the illegal immigrants indulge in power theft and illegally dug bore wells. Police station officers were aware of the Rohingyas selling marijuana, smack and other illegal substances but refrained from taking any action against them.
Several such lands belonging to the UP-irrigation department in Delhi were encroached and CM Yogi Adityanath issued orders to free every single one of them. Several JCBs were pressed into service and many illegal structures were demolished.
The secular Indian state has prioritized the welfare of illegal Rohingyas, while genuine Hindu refugees suffer in sub-human conditions in their camps in Delhi. At least 40,000 Rohingyas are believed to be scattered all across the country. Earlier this year, after Supreme Court approved the decision to deport 168 Rohingyas rounded up in Jammu, all hell broke loose among Lutyens’ circles and lawyers like Prashant Bhushan slammed the SC decision. A chastened SC quickly ruled that the Rohingyas shall not be deported to Myanmar without following the ‘prescribed procedure’.
Meanwhile, Rohingyas are entrenching themselves even more in the country, illegally acquiring government documentation with aid of quasi-terror Islamist organisations like PFI.
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