After Bhim, Shiv Sena Asks Rohingyas To Leave Jammu

SRINAGAR: After Bhim Singh led National Panthers Party (NPP) asked Muslims from Myanmar – popular as Rohingyas – to leave Jammu, it is now right wing Shiv Sena which has made a similar demand.

Asking Bangladeshis and Rohingyas to leave Jammu, Shiv Sena Thursday expressed “deep concern” over the increasing number of population of Rohingyas, Bangladeshis in Jammu, reports said.

Talking to media persons at Jammu, State President of Shiv Sena Dimpy Kohli and other party leaders made an appeal to people of Jammu especially Hindus to “wake up” and “unite” to “save [the] history, culture and identity of Dogras”.

Dimpy demanded the departure of the “threatening” presence of refugees and migrants (“Rohingyas, Bangladeshis) who have made Jammu their temporary home.

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