In a 2013 PIL about the living conditions of the refugee Rohingya Muslims residing in temporary camps in Delhi and Haryana, Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir. The Apex Court bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra, Justice D. Y. Chandrachud and Justice A. M. Khanwilkar directed the respective governments to file an inclusive status report “based on facts and proper site visits” within two weeks of inspection,“ the PIL has been pending since 2013. The camp residents are living without toilets and drinking water and children are victimized and falling ill limitless, schools and hospitals are also not admitting these people due to their status…”
In this present writ petition it tries to relate to serious violations of the right to life, maternal health, the right to health, and the right to basic human dignity, these are those families who flown from Myanmar and faced violence, displacement etc and now living in deplorable conditions in refugee camps situated in Kalindi Kunj, New Delhi and Salheri Village, Mewat District, Haryana etc.There are 150 refugees families in Rohingya who don’t have access to basic medical care, maternal health care, pediatric care, or sources of clean water, nutritious food, or secure shelters.
Apex Courts judgment in Human Rights Commission v. State of Andhra Pradesh (1996), Consumer Education and Research Centre v. UOI (1995) and Paschim Banga Khet Mazdoor Samiti (1996) is referred by the petitioners in this case and many other references are made to the provisions relating to International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination against Women and the Convention on the Rights of Child.