The mobsters were taken into “community custody” in the city of Perth, thousands of miles from their homes, while their youngest daughter struggled with a deadly infection.
Australia says it will allow a family of four Tamil immigrants to be released on the remote island of Sur Island, but to prevent them from returning to their Queensland home, they will be placed in “community detention” in the western city of Perth, about 4,000 kilometers (2,485 miles) away.
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Their condition came to the fore again last week after a three-year-old child was forced to leave was evacuated medically At Perth Hospital because of a serious blood infection that was thought to have developed as a result of untreated pneumonia.
Immigration Minister Alex Hawke, who did not want to be named, said his decision “balances the government’s continued commitment to a strong border protection policy with due compassion in the circumstances involving detained children.”
Angela Fredericks, a friend of the Murugappans who led their return campaign, said that while the news that the family would be reunited was welcome, they should be allowed to return to Biloella.
“Community detention is not a guarantee of security or peace for this family,” Fredericks said in a statement. “Nades wants to return to Biloella to support his young family. Praya wants to enroll Kopika in Biloella Public School to continue her education. We promised little Tarney a big birthday party when he got home. “Australia knows this family’s home is in Biloela.”
The family of four was suddenly evicted from their home by immigration officials early in the morning during a raid in March 2018 and sent to Australia’s second-largest immigration center, Melbourne. Their case sparked nationwide protests in a country known for its tough approach to asylum seekers and refugees. to thousands who tried to reach “offshore processing centers” by sea : saying that they will never be allowed to settle in the country.
Nadesalingam և Priya, who are Tamils from Sri Lanka, arrived separately by boat 2012 in 2013 և to seek asylum. They met, got married in Australia, but were detained after their Prague visa expired.
“The government would not have released the family from custody this week if Tarunitska had not been seriously ill,” Michel Gratan of the University of Canberra wrote in an “ation talk.” “As much as the government is sympathetic now, it is sympathetic to the bad publicity it carries.”
Writing on Twitter, opposition leader Anthony Albanes remembers visiting Biloella in 2019 և the community’s love for a young family. “It was clear to me that this family should be allowed to go to HomeToBilo. Let’s just make it. ” he said.
Queensland Prime Minister Anastasia Palashchuk also expressed her support for the family.
“It’s very far from Biloella, where their friends and relatives have been campaigning for their freedom for so many years,” he said in a statement. “Biloela is a community of 6,000 people. Everyone knows each other and looks at each other. I look forward to the day when the family will be able to live with Bilo. ”
In October 2019, the United Nations asked Australia to allow the family to stay մն gave the government և 30 days to do so.
Last week, Home Secretary Karen Andrews said the government was looking for “relocation options” for the family, but not in Australia but in a third country.
Although born in Australia, Tarunitska և Kopika, they are not Australian citizens by birth.
An attempt was made to deport the family in August 2019, when their asylum claims were rejected, but a federal court judge issued a last-minute order forcing their plane to Sri Lanka to land in Darwin. Their trial is ongoing.