Jitendra Singh, the Union Minister of State in the Prime Minister's Office (PMO), said on Saturday it was the Congress party that brought Rohingyas and Bangladeshis to the country.
Speaking to the media on the sidelines of a function in winter capital Jammu, Jitendra Singh said: "Rohingyas and Bangladeshis were brought to India by the Congress party with a dubious motive to change the vote demography.
"Just wait and watch, it is the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government which will identify and deport Rohingyas in much the same manner as it had identified the illegal Bangladeshi settlers in Assam after over three decades of the Assam Accord."
Without manning Article 35A, he said: "Leaders of Congress, National Conference and their allies have no problem in getting a daughter-in-law from outside J&K, along with dowry in the form of residential flats in Gurugram and elsewhere, but when they marry their own daughter outside J&K, they use the alibi of state law for denying her any share in the parental property."
Similarly, some of these self-styled leaders enrol their own children in some of the best schools and colleges outside J&K and go to AIIMS-Delhi even for a minor ailment, but are too possessive to allow any outsider to explore their resources or set up industry here to generate jobs for local youth," Jitendra Singh said.