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Showing posts with label Arms. Show all posts
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Wednesday, October 13, 2021

As drugs and arms pour in, Rohingya camps see a rise in crimes

bdnews24.com
Golam Mortuja and Sankar Barua Rumi,
Published: 13 Oct 2021
As the sun sets on Bangladesh's south coast, a sense of foreboding fills the air as the dark underbelly of the Rohingya refugee settlements gradually comes to the fore.
 
 
Men with arms and weapons, that had hitherto been stowed away, begin to emerge from the shadows, while drugs are used in plain view.

The inhabitants are accustomed to such scenes and even a murder would do little to unsettle them.

The killing of Mohammad Mohib Ullah, a prominent community leader who campaigned for the Rohingya's safe repatriation, however, brought the issue of security and crimes in the camps into sharp focus both at home and abroad.

A group of unidentified gunmen killed him at Lombashiya refugee camp in Cox's Bazar's Ukhiya on Sept 28.

Monday, October 4, 2021

Arms are coming from Myanmar to destabilise Rohingya camps: minister

bdnews24.com
Senior Correspondent,
Published: 03 Oct 202

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan (File Photo)

Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said arms are coming into the country from Myanmar in various ways in an attempt to create "instability" in the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox's Bazar.


However, he claimed that the law and order situation in the camps is "good enough" and that the killers of Rohingya refugee leader Mohammad Mohib Ullah will be brought to justice "soon".

The home minister's remarks came on Sunday after a meeting at the Secretariat on the security measures surrounding Durga Puja.

Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Myanmar and India becoming brothers in arms

ASIATIMES  

By Bertil Lintner, Yangon

June 12, 2019
Indian and Myanmar soldiers shake hands during the two sides’ first ever joint military exercises in 2017. Photo: Facebook
Myanmar’s recent rout of an ethnic Naga rebel camp on its territory aimed to please India but is really part of a wider strategy to counter China

Ethnic Nagas in remote northern Myanmar have long provided sanctuary to insurgents who launch armed raids into northeastern India and then retreat back across the border beyond the reach of Indian security forces.

Myanmar’s inability or unwillingness to uproot those rebel sanctuaries have been a persistent thorn in the side of the two neighbors’ bilateral relations, contributing to mutual mistrust and suspicion over the years.
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