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"This is a very serious matter. In the interest of the nation, all political parties should come together to take a decision on this.
"The government should invite representatives of all parties and lay down a policy. Since the country's interests as well as decisions with long-term effects are involved, we want the policy be formulated by all the parties," Congress Spokesperson Ajay Maken said here.
"It should not be a policy of one party," he added.
On Monday, the apex court will hear a plea that challenged the Centre's decision to deport illegal immigrants among the Rohingya Muslims to Myanmar.
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