The migrants, including two women, were handed over to the Bangladeshi authorities at the Sutarkandi integrated check post, along the India-Bangladesh border in Karimganj district of Assam.
The stranded Rohingyas - six male, nine women and 16 children - have been stuck for the past 2 days at the zero line on Tripura frontier.
The majority of those who are likely to apply for Indian citizenship under the Citizenship Amendment Bill will be from Pakistan, as nearly 35,000 of such people have got LTVs so far.
The move is part of recommendations made by a task force on the use of space technology in improving border management which have been accepted by Home Minister Rajnath Singh.
Warner will leave the tournament early to have his injury assessed, joining his former skipper Steve Smith in the injured list.
Smith featured in just two matches in the BPL T20 tournament for his franchise Comilla Victorians.
Tyres were burnt on roads at various places in Assam to prevent movement of vehicles. Vehicles were damaged in Guwahati, Tinsukia and Dibrugarh districts, police said.
Former champions and three-time finalists Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will have to contend with the other six qualifiers in the group stage of the tournament.
PM Modi had a telephonic conversation with his Bangladeshi counterpart Hasina following the results, press secretary of Bangladesh Prime Minister Ihsanul Karim told PTI.
Mortaza is the first active cricketer to get the position.
Hasina is aiming for a record fourth term as prime minister with her Awami League opening up a big lead in early results following a tense vote.
While Hasina is seeking re-election for a fourth term as the prime minister, her rival ex-premier Khalida Zia, who is reportedly partially paralysed, faces an uncertain future in a Dhaka jail.
Bangladesh will vote on Sunday amid an increasingly violent atmosphere which would see 104 million people going to the ballot boxes in the largely Muslim country. Voters will cast ballots for 299 parliamentary seats between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.
The no-ball dispute fueled West Indies to such an extent that the tourists went on a rampage to win the series decider by 50 runs.
Windies T20 skipper Carlos Braithwaite was absolutely livid after watching the replays on the big screen and insisted on using the DRS to review it.
Shakib's 5/21 and his 26-ball 42 was the standout performance as he led Bangladesh to a 36-run win against West Indies, levelling the three-match series 1-1.
The right-hand batsman was also barred from appearing in the Indian Premier League.
Cottrell, aided by fellow fast bowler Oshane Thomas (1-33), ripped through the top order with a barrage of short balls.
While Carlos Brathwaite will continue to lead the side, stand-in ODI captain Rovman Powell will serve as his deputy in the series.