Amid Rohingya crisis, Assam BJP says NE region has ‘very bad’ experience with immigrants

Guwahati, Sep 23: While the Narendra Modi government is planning to deport the "illegal" Rohingya immigrants from the country, the international body, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), says that India is bound by law not to deport the refugees.

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