AIZWAL, MAY 27: The Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju on his visit to Aizwal said in his response to a question about migration from Bangladesh to India. They are fleeing from their homeland have two categories: one is they come out to disturb deliberately people of other regions, involving in criminal activities.
Then the other group are refugees who are religious persecuted, who are forced out from their homeland. There is a humantarian angle. If we are forced out of our homeland, it is a human issue, Rijiju said about migration of the Chakmas, from Bangladesh's Chittagong Hill Tracts to some of parts of North East of India.
"For me, for the Government, religious background is not a consideration. It is basically under what circumstances they have been either driven out or they have deliberately come over . So, we have to categorise on that part. Having said that, if they are not our citizens, our efforts will always be to push them back into their country," Rijiju said.
Every year the Illegal Muslim settlers of Chittagong Hill Tracts grab the land from indigenous Buddhists by the help of Army. Not only grabbing the land but also they killing, raping, torturing and set fire on houses and temples of indigenous communities. So, it make them to forced out from their homeland and take fefuge in neihbours country to survive their life.