India is refusing to accept asylum seekers, even if they have been granted refugee status by a court in Bangladesh.
The government says the country is facing a huge crisis of human trafficking and violence against women and children and it will not accept refugees until the problem is solved.
In April, the Supreme Court ordered the government to provide the country’s largest asylum seekers with legal status.
But the government has not provided an answer to a growing number of requests to accept the asylum seekers.
A government official in New Delhi said on Tuesday that the government would not accept any asylum seekers who had been granted protection by a Bangladeshi court.
“Our country is at a crisis of our own, and we have no way to handle the problem.
There is no solution to the crisis, only political solutions,” he said.
Indian officials have refused to provide any details of the new order.
The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said India’s response to the asylum crisis has been a “long slog” and it is likely that it will take many more years to solve the problem, according to the Times of India.
Earlier this month, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that India will accept asylum claims made by asylum seekers seeking refuge in the country.
The government has taken several measures in the past year to help stem the flow of asylum seekers in Bangladesh, including the creation of a new government-sponsored agency, and giving asylum seekers a place to live in India.
India has also introduced mandatory asylum procedures for all asylum seekers arriving in the Indian Ocean.