Threatened with Deportation in England: Grosse Mobilization for Mauritian

7 years ago - March 25, 2014
The never-seen! The campaign 'Fight for Yashika has been launched on Facebook and in the British press (Sky News, The Independent, The Guardian) and even Twitter to counter the deportation of a 19-years-old Mauritian. The services of the British immigration threaten to deport Yashika Bageerathi, 19, on Tuesday, after the call of our compatriot was rejected.

The English press speak of "abuse of authority" and feel that Yashika Bageerathi short "a great danger" returning to Mauritius. The young woman had fled the country with his family after receiving death threats. " Yashika and her family have been seeking asylum, fled Mauritius after threats of violence by a family member, who is allegedly involved with drug dealing and accused of an attempted sexual assault which has forced them to escape to UK," it said.

Yashika Bageerathi student at the Oasis Academy Hadley in Enfield, north London, is considered a brilliant student. British media explained that since 2012, she landed in England with a tourist visa with his mother and his brother. Since their arrival, they were forced to go to report their presence to the Home Office. Once our compatriot reached his majority, his case was treated separately. She was already under the threat of deportation, but appealed. She has spent 42 days in detention at Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre.

The rector of the school had been able to collect 2,000 pounds to meet his bail. Mauritian was able to leave the center last week. However, she was arrested again and detained after submitting a new application for a residence permit.

This new arrest has created a wave of anger and indignation. Friends and teachers of Bageerathi Yashika and other activists have taken position and took to the streets, placards in hand, to say no to the deportation of Mauritius. So far, no information has filtered side of the Home Office. Will they deport the girl Tuesday? Will they ever go back? These questions remain unanswered.

Mr. Deepchand, Lambeth Solicitors, explains that following this case "close" and said he had never seen "such an uprising" for Mauritian England. "According to Article 8 of the Convention Europeean, this girl can be saved from deportation. But we must await the decision of the Home Office which will not yield to pressure.

What we can blame Yashika, the fact that studying in the UK is important that the Ministry of the Interior must consider before its withdrawal from Britain factor. The Home Office should take into account the overall situation, his investment in his studies (time and money) and the consequences of the reduction of his career at a critical point where it is about to prepare for and take exams, "says Bhushan Deepchand.


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