This chapter attempts to understand the violence perpetrated on the Rohingyas in Myanmar and their travails in Bangladesh and India where they sought refuge after being brutally driven out from Myanmar in a bid to deepen ethnic territorial control. The chapter takes stock of their statelessness or nowhere-nation condition: it focuses on the legal and extra-legal procedures of production of the Rohingyas as stateless Homo sacer in Myanmar, while engaging with their relocation and negotiation as refugees in Bangladesh and India. To that end, the chapter reflects on recent debates on postcolonial subalternisation, making a theoretical claim that a “new project” on subalternity in South Asia must emerge from the vantage point of forced migration, refugees and stateless people.