Stranded Rohingyas: How India is arranging a safe passage home to its neighbours


Back home safely

In the wake of reports about 31 Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar being stranded at the India-Bangladesh border, the government said it will handle such matters through mutual consultation with neighbouring countries.

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“The government is aware of the presence of 31 persons originally from Rakhine State in Myanmar, currently at the Zero Line on the India-Bangladesh border,” External Affairs Ministry sources said. Read More

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