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Dangerous Leaders Who Love Illegal Immigrants and Disdain The Native

Are they not the shameless leaders who shed their tears for Rohingyas while brutally killing Gorkhas citizens in Darjeeling whose brave sons stand on their toes patrolling the hostile Indo-Park-borders?

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Mayawati along with Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi.
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By Salil Gewali

Every sovereign country should always safeguard its borders with utmost care. It is in fact in view of the potential security fallout. For this, all countries in the world have their own constitutions which their citizens should adhere to. The leaders of a country must be extra alert, and totally unbending. Needless to say, there are various punitive measures adopted by an individual country to deal with the illegal border crossers — ranging from a short detention to the monetary fine; from a harsh jail sentence to even inhuman physical tortures.

But in our country, it is shockingly opposite. Here illegal immigrants are welcomed with crazy incentives and the assurance of protection. Yes, certain political parties walk those illegal immigrants through to settle down well. They instantly provide Epic card, ration card and other freebies. What more, they are even given the liberty to flex their muscles! Have you not heard many illegal immigrants banging around and knocking down our fellow citizens? No arguing, a lot many terror activities that have punctured the very fabric of the society in many states in India, have perpetrated by the illegal immigrants and their sympathizers.

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Rahul Gandhi and Mamata Banerjee.

Please open the ears and eyes of your inner sensibility. It is time that citizens should stand up to point out the real culprits. Those who have involved in these treasonable activities for decades after decades should be brought to account. Why the custodians of the constitution are silent when the political leaders brazenly involve themselves in anti-nation activities?

Watch out how the West Bengal Chief Minister has screamed against NRC in Assam. Does her outcry not well resonate with what “gatbandhan” gang wants? Rahul, Kejriwal, Mayawati, Lalu, Pinarayi Vijayan, Sitaram Yechury…. are up to anything. They shake hands with any forces to get hold of the chair of power. The security of the nation has never become their concern. A chance of losing the vote-bank is normally what drives them insane. They usually cast their gaze beyond the boundaries. The illegal immigrants are whom they invite and embrace. Are they not the shameless leaders who shed their tears for Rohingyas while brutally killing Gorkhas citizens in Darjeeling whose brave sons stand on their toes patrolling the hostile Indo-Park-borders?

Alas, will you still allow such monstrous brigands to join hand together to snatch the power to rule the country? They will doubtlessly dig your graves — look at Kashmir, Kerala, Assam and now West Bengal? Please note, they have long sold their soul for power and pelf — so they have nothing lose but we have everything to lose.

Salil Gewali is a well-known writer and author of ‘Great minds on India’. Twitter: @SGewali.

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U.S. Appeals Court Refuses To Enforce Asylum Ban On Immigrants

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A migrant family from Central America waits outside the Annunciation House shelter in El Paso, Texas, after a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer drops them off. VOA

A divided U.S. appeals court late Friday refused to immediately allow the Trump administration to enforce a ban on asylum for any immigrants who illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

The ban is inconsistent with an existing U.S. law and an attempted end-run around Congress, a panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said in a 2-1 decision.

“Just as we may not, as we are often reminded, ‘legislate from the bench,’ neither may the Executive legislate from the Oval Office,” 9th Circuit Judge Jay Bybee, a nominee of Republican President George W. Bush, wrote for the majority.

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Men line up for dinner outside a shelter housing members of the migrant caravan, in Tijuana, Mexico. VOA

A spokesman for the U.S. Department of Justice, Steven Stafford, did not have comment. But he referred to an earlier statement that called the asylum system broken and said the department looked forward to “continuing to defend the Executive Branch’s legitimate and well-reasoned exercise of its authority to address the crisis at our southern border.”

Trump proclamation

At issue is President Donald Trump’s Nov. 9 proclamation that barred anyone who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border between official ports of entry from seeking asylum. Trump issued the proclamation in response to caravans of migrants approaching the border.

A lower court judge temporarily blocked the ban and later refused to immediately reinstate it. The administration appealed to the 9th Circuit for an immediate stay of Judge Jon Tigar’s Nov. 19 temporary restraining order.

In a dissenting opinion Friday, 9th Circuit Judge Edward Leavy said the administration “adopted legal methods to cope with the current problems rampant at the southern border.” Nothing in the law the majority cited prevented a rule categorically barring eligibility for asylum on the basis of how a person entered the country, Leavy, a nominee of Republican President Ronald Reagan, said.

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Honduran migrant Genesis Belen Mejia Flores, 7, waves an American flag at U.S. border control helicopters flying overhead near the Benito Juarez Sports Center serving as a temporary shelter for Central American migrants, in Tijuana, Mexico. VOA

Federal law is clear

In his Nov, 19 ruling, Tigar sided with legal groups who argued that federal law is clear that immigrants in the U.S. can request asylum regardless of whether they entered legally.

The president “may not rewrite the immigration laws to impose a condition that Congress has expressly forbidden,” the judge said in his order.

Also Read: Refugees’ Entitled To Claim The Right To Asylum in The U.S: U.N.

The ruling led to an unusual public dispute between Trump and Chief Justice John Roberts after Trump dismissed Tigar — an appointee of Trump’s predecessor — as an “Obama judge.”

Roberts responded with a statement that the federal judiciary doesn’t have “Obama judges or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges.” (VOA)