The central government is already fighting a bitter battle with the judiciary and the United Nations (UN) to deport the existing Rohingya migrants and to block the new ones that are trying to enter the country. The central government has already told the Supreme Court that the country faces a grave threat from Rohingya migrants, as Pakistan may try to use them against India. Already, the government has various proofs that indicate towards the links between Rohingya migrants and terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. Today, the security threat was highlighted once again after a Rohingya man was arrested by the Hyderabad police for obtaining an Aadhaar card in an illegal manner. He was also charged with staying in the country in an illegal manner.
The Rohingya man was helped by his employer in getting the Aadhaar card. The employer had stated in the application that he was the father of the Rohingya man. Due to this, the employer has also been arrested by the police. The Rohingya man was Mohammad Ajamuddin alias Molla Ajamuddin, and his employer was Riyazuddin Molla. The employer originally hails from West Bengal. Both of them were caught by the police from Burma huts in the Balapur area of Hyderabad. The police said that Ajamuddin was from Myanmar and he was earlier living as a refugee at Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh. He got in touch with Riyazuddin when Riyazuddin visited Bangladesh on a business trip. Both of them have been charged with IPC sections 420 (cheating), 468 (forgery for purpose of cheating), 471 (using as genuine a forged document) and relevant sections of the Foreigners Act. Experts said that this may just be the tip of the iceberg.