Raka Sudhakar Rao Live with Madhu Kishwar
K Raka Sudhakar Rao is a polyglot social activist, researcher, journalist, author, translator and public speaker.
He has worked among the tribal communities of Northeast for 12 years from 1983 till 1995. Since then, he is working as a media professional. He is perhaps the only journalist in the state work in Telugu, Hindi and English and in Print, Electronic and Digital Media both in editorial as well as reportage profiles. He has worked in Indian Express, Deccan Chronicle, Sakshi, News X and Bharat Today. His YouTube channel Raka Lokam is known for its quality content.
Topic Description: Rohingya infiltration to Hyderabad is deeply interlinked to the illegal Bangladeshi migration and the safe havens provided by the local cohorts. A host of Islamic NGOs and a friendly political outfit are providing an enabling environment for Rohingya infiltration. Ignorant, corrupt and pliant administration is only worsening the situation. Fundamentalism, criminality, terror activity has seen a spike after Rohingyas have entered Hyderabad. A systematic network of providers of Aadhar cards, voter ID cards and passports is thriving in Hyderabad to help Rohingyas pose as Indian citizens. Unfortunately, the security threats posed by the Rohingyas are sought to be underplayed by politicians who see them as vote banks.
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