Bangladesh increased surveillance on Myanmar border, Home Minister said – now not a single Rohingya will be allowed to enter – न्यूज़लीड India

Bangladesh increased surveillance on Myanmar border, Home Minister said – now not a single Rohingya will be allowed to enter


Largest refugee camp in Bangladesh

Meanwhile, the Bandarban administration said that it has made preparations to send about 300 families living in Ghumdhoom to a safer place. This is a no-man’s area with a camp for 4,500 Rohingya refugees. Let us tell you that Bangladesh has the largest refugee camp in the world, in which about one million Muslim Rohingya reside. Most of these people fled the brutal crackdown by the Myanmar military in 2017. The United Nations had said about it that it was done with genocidal intent.

Myanmar accused of genocide

Myanmar accused of genocide

Myanmar has been charged with genocide at the International Court of Justice in The Hague. However, Myanmar’s military has denied these allegations. Bangladesh is lobbying with international agencies to repatriate the Rohingya to their homeland, but the refugees have refused to return, citing security concerns. And now the firing on the Bangladesh border has added to the concerns of the refugees.

Still exodus from Myanmar

Still exodus from Myanmar

According to local media reports, more than a dozen Rohingyas entered Bangladesh earlier this month amid cross-border firing. and seeking refuge in camps near Teknaf. According to reports, hundreds of Rohingyas have gathered near the border in an attempt to cross the Naf River in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen said this week that the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) was keeping a close watch on the Myanmar border to prevent influx of people from the neighboring country.

Now not a single Rohingya has asylum

Now not a single Rohingya has asylum

Foreign Minister Memin said in a press conference that he would not take any more Rohingya people. At the same time, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said that Bangladesh does not want war with Myanmar. He said that they want to solve the problems through dialogue. Along with this, he also said that if needed, he will go to the United Nation. He said Bangladesh wanted to settle issues peacefully with Myanmar and hoped that the neighbor would realize its mistake. He also asked Myanmar to refrain from doing anything in future that would disrupt bilateral ties.

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