Efforts for Rohingya repatriation still going on


Cox's Bazar Correspondent

The repatriation process of Rohingya people to their homeland is still under processing. A tri nation meeting of China, Mayanmar and Bangladesh is also going on. State Minister for Disaster Management and Relief Dr Md Enamur Rahman uttered those statement while visiting Kutupalong Rohingya camp of Ukhia in Cox's Bazar on Wednesday. 

At that time, the State Minister informed that the government is still undecided to take the Rohingya people to Bhasan Char. After holding a discussion with the international organisations who are helping the Rohingyas, the government will decide what should be done. But the government put importance to repatriate them to their country than replace them Bhasan Char. He aspects that the initiatives to repatriate them will be successful soon. 

He said that, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina shows her humanity on more than11 lakh Rohingya people and stretches her helping hand to them. The PM also discussed about the repatriation of the Rohingya people in the 73rd General Assembly of the UN. Moreover, putting pressure is also being continued on Myanmar through the international community.

Among others, it was presented by, AB Tajul Islam, president of standing committee on Disaster management, Lt Gen (Retd.) Masud Uddin MP, Mir Mostaque Hosen MP, RN Jewel MP, Shah Kamal, Senior Secretary of Ministry of Disaster Management and Mahbub Alam, commissioner of Relief and repatriation affairs.