New Delhi, Oct. 25 -- The Karnataka governmenton Mondaytold the Supreme Court that it has not taken any action against the six dozen Rohingya refugees identified by the police, nor does it have any plan to deport them.

"Bengaluru city police have not housed Rohingyas in any camp or detention centre within its jurisdiction. However, 72 Rohingyas identified in Bengaluru city are working in various fields and Bengaluru city police have not taken any coercive action against them as of now and there is no immediate plan of deporting them," read the statement of objection filed by the Bharatiya Janata Party-led state government.

The Basavaraj Bommai-government has also pressed for dismissal of the public interest litigation (PIL) filed by adv...