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Army will work in Rohingya camps if necessary: ​​Home Minister

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Update : Sunday, August 28, 2022


Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal said that the government has information that drugs are coming from Myanmar to Rohingya camps. Army will work with other law and order forces inside and outside the camp to stop this drug smuggling if necessary.

He said this while talking to reporters at the secretariat on Sunday afternoon.

Meanwhile, the Home Minister said that Rohingya’s mobile phones will be tracked so that they cannot commit any terrorist activities using mobile phones.

Stating that the government’s diplomatic efforts to resolve the Rohingya crisis are continuing, he said, “I hope that the repatriation of the Rohingyas will happen soon.” The government’s earlier efforts for repatriation are still continuing.

In August 2017, more than 700,000 Rohingya fled to Bangladesh in the face of repression by the Myanmar army in Rakhine. They have been given shelter in the refugee camp of Cox’s Bazar. In a statement marking its five-year anniversary, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken announced the acceptance of Rohingya refugees.

Bringing up the issue, the Home Minister said that other countries including the United States, which want to take Rohingyas to their country, are looking into the details. how to take and how many to take; The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is working on it.

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