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No more Rohingya will be allowed in Bangladesh: Bangladesh Home Minister

Bangladesh Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan today said no more Rohingya or Myanmar nationals will be allowed to enter Bangladesh.

He said this to journalists while visiting Ukhia Rohingya Camp in Cox’s Bazar district on Friday morning.

Asaduzzaman said the biggest matter of concern is – Bangladesh doesn’t produce any drugs but drugs are coming from Myanmar as some people of the camp are involved with drug peddling.

“We are trying to identify them to bring them to justice,” he said.

Asaduzzaman said weapons are being used in Rohingya camps while Rohingyas are divided into different groups and sub-groups, reports Bangladesh Sanghbad Sangstha (BSS).

Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), Armed Police Battalion (APBn) and Army are working to control the Rohingyas, he added.

“From the beginning, we are saying that if the Rohingyas cannot be sent back within the quickest time, there will be unrest here. A hub of international criminals can be created here. Now we are witnessing some evidence of that concern,” he added.

The presence of some people who are fighting inside Myanmar has been noticed here, he mentioned.

Navalsang Parmar(Dhaka)

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