Myanmar armed groups' activity seen in Rohingya camps: Home Minister reveals worrying details

Myanmar armed groups' activity seen in Rohingya camps: Home Minister reveals worrying details

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There are currently 1.25 million registered Rohingya refugees in 33 camps in Ukhiya and Teknaf, and over 2,300 APBN members are deployed in the camps to provide security to the refugees.

Asaduzzaman Khan said that the concerns that were already there about the Rohingya people forcibly expelled from Myanmar are now showing signs of reality. He said, “The future of the Rohingya people is bleak. We have been saying that if they are not sent back to Myanmar as soon as possible, unrest can spread in the camps, it can become a hub for international terrorists, armed fighting can become common, many things can happen. Now we are seeing evidence of this. Rohingya people are involved in drug trafficking, keep illegal weapons and commit murders. Many groups are doing this and these terrorist activities have to be stopped at any cost. We do not want to see bloodshed, violence and unrest in the camps anymore.”

The Home Minister said that Bangladesh and various international organizations are constantly making efforts to bring back the Rohingya, but it has not been possible due to Myanmar. Several agreements have been signed from time to time for repatriation, but there has been no progress due to Myanmar.

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