Rohingya Refugees in Delhi: BJP Leader Admits to Burning Rohingya Camp

Rohingya refugees in Delhi face a harrowing time when their camp burned down in the Indian Capital. But what was the reason behind the burning of the Rohingya Camp in Delhi? According to the Indian Media, a complaint was filed against a Nationalists BJP leader, after he brazenly confessed to burning a Rohingya refugee camp in Delhi.

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Indian advocate Prashant Bhushan filed the complaint against BJP leader Manish Chandela after the leader admitted to the crime on social media, reported The Indian Express.

Chandela, a youth wing leader for the ruling BJP, deleted his Twitter account after a strong backlash and call for action from several groups including the All India Muslim Majlis-e-Mushawarat (AIMMM). Bhushan, in his charge, attached screenshots of Chandela’s tweets.

Perplexed by the Delhi police’s incompetence to take action against the BJP leader, the Bushan in a tweet said

No action has been taken by Delhi Police to register a case against the accused. this is State of rule of law under BJP.”

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On April 15, Chandela tweeted from his account, “Yes, we did it and we do again #ROHINGYA QUIT INDIA.” In a tweet about the fire in Rohingya camp, he replied, “Well done by our heroes,” and said Yes we did burn the houses of Rohingya terrorists.”

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On 15th April, over 225 Rohingya refugees in Delhi suddenly became homeless after a massive fire engulfed their camp in Kalindi Kunj area. The fire broke out at 3:30 am due to a short circuit, the police said, reported NDTV. No casualties were reported.