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Home Minister Hamzah Zainudin said Malaysia would continue deporting undocumented migrants in accordance with national laws.
Hamzah (above) questioned the NGOs criticising the government over the issue if they are willing to bear the government’s daily cost of keeping them in detention centres.
“We will send back foreigners who have been found guilty when the time comes. What else is there to do after arresting them? I don’t understand NGOs asking not to deport them. Why?
“If they love (undocumented migrants) so much they can pay their cost… they can even live in a hotel,” he told a press conference today.
The minister added there is no reason anyone would stop the deportation of undocumented migrants who wished to return home.
“If they want to go back, why would anyone stop them from going back?” he said.
On Feb 23, the Immigration Department had deported 1,086 Myanmar nationals despite the Kuala Lumpur High Court ordering the exercise to be on hold.
The lawsuit was filed by Amnesty International Malaysia and Asylum Access Malaysia over concerns that there are asylum seekers and minors with parents in Malaysia among the deportees.
This is in view of the ongoing violence in Myanmar following a military coup in February and persecution against the Rohingya community.
The Immigration Department claimed no refugees were being deported, but the NGOs want the UN High Commission for Refugees to be allowed access to the deportees to verify the claim.
The UNHCR had been denied access to all immigration detention centres since August 2019.
The court later extended protection to another 114 Myanmar nationals still detained in Malaysia while the legal dispute continues.