A case has been filed in India with Supreme Court of India that the Indian government is treating Rohingya refugees on the same footing as regular migrants and this is in violation of Indian law, specifically the Indian Constitution.
The Rohingya refugees in India recently were blamed by the media and select politicians for the problems in Nuh and Manipur. As the Arakan Rohingya National Organisation noted in a press release, “the coverage lacks credibility and continues to generate cycles of genocidal violence and enforced genocidal policies against the Rohingya people.” The Rohingya people have faced decades of genocidal violence mainly perpetrated by the Tatmadaw. The Indian government has continued to do business with the Tatmadaw despite the fact that India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia are all countries that are dealing with refugees populations from different ethnic groups fleeing from Myanmar. The military junta shows no remorse for its actions.
This Supreme Court case in India is based on a report that was written by Priyali Sur and Daniel Sullivan, which can be found here: https://www.refugeesinternational.org/reports-briefs/shadow-of-refuge-rohingya-refugees-in-india/.