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Friday, February 18, 2022

Another 1008 Rohingyas on their way to Chittagong for Bhasanchar

Prothum Alo------  
Own reporter
RepresentativeCox's Bazar and Teknaf
Published: 18 February 2022,

A convoy of Rohingyas on their way to Chittagong from Ukhia in Cox's Bazar to Bhasanchar. Today is Wednesday noonPhoto: Prothom Alo


Another 1,006 Rohingyas have left for Chittagong from Ukhia in Cox's Bazar to Bhasanchar in Noakhali. The law enforcers are taking the Rohingya bus convoy to Chittagong for the first time through tight security at around 1:15 pm on Wednesday. They are scheduled to reach Chittagong at night. Besides, more than five hundred Rohingyas will be sent to Chittagong in the second phase in the afternoon. They will be transferred to Bhasanchar from Chittagong on Thursday.

Earlier, 21,505 Rohingyas from various camps in Ukhia and Teknaf were shifted to Bhasanchar. A total of 22,511 Rohingyas were sent to Bhasanchar. Rohingya relocation activities in Bhasanchar are being conducted by the Office of the Commissioner for Refugee Relief and Repatriation (RRRC), various law enforcement agencies and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) including the Armed Police Battalion (APBN).

14 APBN Commander and Superintendent of Police Naimul Haque told Prothom Alo that Rohingyas willing to go to Bhasanchar voluntarily from different asylum camps in Ukhia were picked up in vehicles and brought to Ukhia Degree College ground in the morning. After completing all the formalities, they were given lunch. Later, at around 1:15 pm, in the first phase, 1,006 Rohingyas were picked up in 19 buses and sent to Chittagong. In the second phase in the afternoon, more than five hundred Rohingyas will be sent to Chittagong by multiple buses. They will be transferred to Bhasanchar on Thursday.

It was seen on the spot that Rohingyas were picked up by buses and trucks from different camps in Ukhia and brought to Ukhia Degree College ground in the morning. They were picked up on the bus after being fed at one o'clock in the afternoon. Most of the refugees are women and children.
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A few months ago, many of his close relatives moved to Bhasanchar. Everyone says that Bhasanchar shelter is much better and safer than Cox's Bazar. So he is going to Bhasanchar with his mother and childrenSalema Khatun (45), a Rohingya refugee

Rohingya Saiful Karim (45) is leaving Lambasia camp in Ukhia and going to Bhasanchar with his wife and three children. He said in the first light, 'There are always killings and abductions in Ukhia camp. Terrorists sometimes intimidate ordinary Rohingyas and extort money. For this we are going to Bhasanchar. ' Salema Khatun (45) is going to Vasarchar from Madhurchhara camp. He is survived by his mother and four children. He said many of his close relatives had moved to Bhasanchar a few months ago. Everyone says that Bhasanchar shelter is much better and safer than Cox's Bazar. So he is going to Bhasanchar with his mother and children.

Some other Rohingyas said that landslides occurred in Limbasia, Jumchhari, Madhurchhara and Balukhali camps in Ukhia during the monsoon. Because they live on the slopes of high mountains, they have to live in fear of the rains. In addition, there is a fear of fire in winter due to dense population. There are no such risks in Bhasanchar. Bhasanchar is much safer. The living quarters there are also improved. So they are going to Bhasanchar voluntarily.

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According to the RRRC office, 605 Rohingyas were relocated from Cox's Bazar to Bhasanchar on January 5. The government plans to relocate another 60,000 Rohingya to Bhasanchar in the next few months.

Rohingyas fled to Bangladesh on August 25, 2016 after being brutalized in Rakhine, Myanmar. At least eight lakh Rohingyas fled to Bangladesh in a few months. Before that comes a few lakhs more. At present, the number of Rohingyas registered in 34 asylum camps in Ukhia and Teknaf is 1.5 million.

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According to official data, the Bhasanchar Asylum Project was implemented at a cost of Tk 3,095 crore from the government's own funds for the relocation of Rohingya under the supervision of the Navy. The infrastructure of 120 cluster villages suitable for one lakh Rohingyas has been built in that area of ​​13 thousand acres.

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