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Rohingya refugees at St Martin Island

Bangladesh Navy has built shelters on the controversial island for at least 100,000 Rohingya refugees at st. Martin Island, Bangladesh

Thousands of Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh are being relocated to a controversial island facility in the Bay of Bengal this week.

Police escorted the refugees in 11 buses from Ukhiya in Cox’s Bazar for the journey to Chittagong port and then on to Bhasan Char – a flood-prone island that emerged from the sea 20 years ago.

“Bangladesh should halt this hasty relocation process,” said Ismail Wolff, regional director of Fortify Rights.

Some 1,600 Rohingya refugees are now being shipped from the Bangladesh port of Chittagong to the remote and flood-prone island of Bhasan Char, a Bangladeshi naval official told the media.

By Naresh Sagar

Mentor MSME, Motivator, Media Event Org, Management fiscal & Water management.Social Media branding,Internet broadcasters,Propunder of Indian Philosophy

2 replies on “Rohingya refugees at St Martin Island”

survival is fittest to every one; and migration is the key to find their ways, I FEEL. however social harmony is important factor. if LAWS WERE NOT FAVOURABLEW LIVING MEN AND ANIMALS THEY TO TO FIND THE PLACE TO SAHETTLE AT PEACEFUL ZONE, MAY BE FINAL GOAL OF REFUGIES tanks>!!

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survival is fittest to every one; and migration is the key to find their ways, I FEEL. however social harmony is important factor. if LAWS WERE NOT FAVOURABLEW LIVING MEN AND ANIMALS THEY TO TO FIND THE PLACE TO SAHETTLE AT PEACEFUL ZONE, MAY BE FINAL GOAL OF REFUGIES tanks>!!

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