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Trump calls US court system 'unfair' after DACA ruling

ANI  |  Washington DC [United States] 

on Wednesday called the country's system "unfair" after a in temporarily blocked his administration from banning the for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme that protects certain illegal immigrants from deportation.

"It just shows everyone how broken and unfair our System is when the opposing side in a case (such as DACA) always runs to the 9th Circuit and almost always wins before being reversed by higher courts", Trump tweeted.

Earlier, the called the ruling "outrageous" hours after the move introduced a new complication to talks on immigration between the administration and

"We find this decision to be outrageous, especially in light of the President's successful bipartisan meeting with House and members at the on the same day", said in a statement.

In a ruling, as reported by the Hill, said that the US' Department of Homeland Security's decision to revoke the was based on a "flawed legal premise."

Alsup also said that DACA, initiated by former US Barack Obama, must remain in place, while litigation over Trump's decision to end the programme is still under consideration.

Supporters of rejoiced and celebrated the ruling in the streets of on the federal court's decision.

"Dreamers' lives were thrown into chaos when the tried to terminate the program without obeying the law. Today's ruling is a huge step in the right direction", said

Consequently, the recipients, who were earlier unable to renew their status, when Trump blocked the Obama-era programme in September, last year, will now have a chance to submit

However, the current ruling does not allow applicants to register new applications under the

"is and has been home to Dreamers who courageously came forward, applied for and did everything the asked of them.

They followed DACA's rules, they succeeded in school, at work and in business, and they have contributed in building a better We will fight at every turn for their rights and opportunities so they may continue to contribute to America", added Becerra.

Trump had announced in September that he would repeal the program, which allows certain immigrants who arrived in the U. S. illegally as children, to stay and work without fear of deportation.

In a bipartisan immigration meeting chaired by Trump, the was among the issues discussed.

The US had once said, that he wanted a 'bill of love' to address the DACA, and in another instance, an introduction of a clean bill, while dealing with other issues, like border security.

The latest ruling comes at a time when Trump is advocating against the illegal migrants living in the US and is lobbying to build a border, along the US-border to stop its infiltration.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

First Published: Wed, January 10 2018. 22:04 IST
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