Abul kalam of Camp 16 told to our correspondence that Rohingya Community Members actually want to go back to Myanmar, not to a island which is in the middle of bay of Bengal.
It is really very dangerous during monsoon season. Recently, some leaders from different camps went to see the location whether is it safe to live there. Although there are a lot of nice buildings made for them, they are still not ready to go there fearing that their lifestyle may get hampered.
In Coxbazar, Rahim added, they have all the supplies and demands, but in that island, everything may get scarce. There is also another possibility that people might get living facility but other demands may get less as only 5 to 10 percent people will be there, not all.
Most of the Rohingya Community members believe that if everyone doesn’t go to that island, it is not possible to ensure all facilities equally for all.
Salim Reza, one of our team leaders told to us that Rohingya Community may not go anywhere till they get all their rights back and Bangladesh may have to take responsibilities till they don’t go back to their homeland.
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Sep 27, 2020Bangladesh is hosting more than one million Rohingya, a mainly Muslim minority community who are stateless, most of whom fled following a wave of violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state in 2017. “More than three years have elapsed. Regrettably, not a single Rohingya could be repatriated. The problem was created by Myanmar, and its solution must […]
Sep 26, 2020