Britain Home Secretary Priti Patel’s new plan to take illegal migrants to Rwanda has got the green signal. Let us tell you, the court has given its permission for the first flight under this scheme. The court took this decision after hearing the matter on Friday.
In fact, regarding the decision of the court, Priti Patel said that I welcome the decision of the court in my favor. She also said that she would continue to advance their world-leading migration partnership. After the court’s decision, he said that people will continue to try to stop their resettlement through legal challenges, but we will stop illegally entering the UK, and will send those who do so to Rwanda.
It is worth noting that the UK Home Secretary of Indian origin, Priti Patel, had come up with a new immigration policy to deport illegal immigrants to the UK and send them back to Rwanda. However, his plan was also criticized a lot. Critics had warned him in this matter in the court as well. In his decision after the hearing, Judge Justice Jonathan Swift acknowledged that there is a material public interest behind the implementation of the Home Secretary’s immigration decisions.
It is worth noting that the UK government has entered into an agreement with Rwanda. According to this agreement, the UK government will send illegal immigrants and asylum seekers living in the UK to Rwanda. The government’s aim behind this is to prevent people from entering the UK illegally.