However, the impending question that is being scrutinised by multiple stakeholders of the issue remains unanswered:
Is India doing the right thing by deporting over 40,000 Rohingya Muslims on the pretext of national security?
With a growing population of 1.3 billion people, the Government of India is finding it hard to cater to the needs of such a massive population. There is an unimaginable strain on our resources. India has been experiencing acute poverty, water and food shortage and insufficient infrastructure. Adding 40,000 non-citizens to its population with the associated risk of granting terrorists posing as deported Rohingyas a free pass into the country, is a risk that India can’t afford to take.