This has viewed from a different angle as also a manifestation of internal rivalry between different social groups. Ethnic cleansing is a modern term but it has a long history. Cultural contestations also play a role in building up the tension. Here we can identify that the vulnerable communities are always become the victims of oppression and extra judicial killings as seen in Myanmar and India’s North East. The majority sections of the government of Myanmar refuse to recognize Rohingyas and classify them as illegal migrants, although the Rohingyas are said to be descendants of Minorities.
The UN human rights authorities point their finger to blame Myanmar security forces. According to reports, thousands of Myanmar’s Rohingyas are living in dire conditions in refugee camps. But the paradox here is that the violence is seems to be supported by the government forces.
The issue of illegal migration from Bangladesh remains an unresolved issue for the last 27 years after the signing of the Assam Accord. This clearly represents the failure of both centre and State governments in this process.
A missing person, we generally mean individuals of whom their families have no news on the basis of reliable information, have been reported missing as a result of an armed conflict or of internal violence, internal disturbances or any other situation that might require action by a neutral and independent body (International Red Cross Society).
Here, I would like to emphasis enforced disappearance used as a practice by State actors forcibly disappearing and illegally detaining someone, without acknowledging their arrest or whereabouts, places the victim outside the protection of the law and is often linked to the crimes of torture with cold blooded murders. This is particularly a terrible crime as it not only violates rights of the victim’s security and dignity and the right to a fair trial but also impact their families and communities.
Framed, Damned, Acquitted:
This is not a charge of bleeding heart liberals and human rights aspects alone, but a fact corroborated by judgment after judgment of different courts. A study conducted by JTSA (Jamia Teachers Solidarity Association) New Delhi, says most of the accused were picked up before the date of arrest shown in the records. This period of illegal detention is used to extract disclosures favourable to the police story. These disclosures are not admissible in court but by the time the trials were conclude and the accused are acquitted, years are wasted and lives are ruined.
The evidence shows clearly that the acquittals were not simply for want of evidence. In India, fabrication of evidence is a serious offence under the Indian Penal Code (Section 195 IPC). Delhi Additional Sessions Judge has ordered a CBI probe against the Special Cell, as well as directing the filing of FIR and the initiation of departmental enquiries against them
Acquittals were by no means the end of their tragedy they returned from their experience to a different world: Businesses were destroyed, family members were broken having suffered the humiliation and trauma of being associated with “terrorists”. Children had to abandon their studies and the normality of everyday life, while parents passed away in grief and despair. The prosecution had virtually no leg to stand on; hence the victim got drawn out long years. More over except a few national media, both print and electronic media are tampering the reality.