Tit for Tat. Bangladeshi Foreign Minister has most recently reacted to India’s CAA

News and views on CAB

The
niggardly standard of Indian diplomacy with respect to three  of its neighbouring countries : Afghanistan,
Pakistan and Bangladesh, is getting exposed.

First, the
CAB wrongly accused these countries of having persecuted its non-Muslim
minorities and assumed that they were thus forced to illegally migrate to
India.

Second, the
NRC imperfectly identified the 
‘foreigner’ mainly on account of lack of age-old documents or
inadvertent discrepancies in names or dates, thus swelling the numbers of
so-called ‘foreigners” to be kept in detention centers or forcibly
deported back to their assumed countries of origin.

Third,  the CAA arbitrarily decided to give
citizenship to the non-Muslim illegal immigrants from these three neighbouring
Muslim-majority countries and  to
forcibly deport back the rest of the ‘illegal’ Muslim immigrants from these
countries.

Thereby, the
GOI by its three-fold policy of NRC, CAA and NPR has successfully created
conflicts with three of its immediate neighbours without being able to resolve
the problem of illegal immigration and divided the nation and the citizenry on
the basis of religion , even while the basic economic and social  issues of 
poverty, growth, employment , housing, education, discrimination based
on gender, caste,  tribe and religion,
remained unattended or neglected.

Now the
Govts or civil societies  of these three
neighbouring countries are breaking their silence on India’s big brotherly
policies and attitude.

Bangladeshi Foreign Minister has most recently reacted  to India’s CAB thus : ” We will deport all the Indians residing illegally in Bangladesh.”

By Dr. Aurobindo Ghose

Human Rights Advocate, Supreme Court of India.

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