Myanmar must take back its nationals: PM


PV Desk : Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has distributed relief among the Rohingyas who fled violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State and entered Bangladesh to avoid genocide by the Myanmar army.

The PM along with several ministers of her government, MPs, Army chief and chiefs of different other forces distributed the relief materials at Rohingya refugee camp at Kutupalong at Ukhia upazila in Cox’s Bazar after she reached there at noon on Tuesday (September 12).
Sheikh Hasina visited the Rohingya refugee camp to see the condition of the displaced Myanmar nationals. She inspected their condition and was in tears during her visit.
She bursts into tears while talking to the stateless Rohingya people.
Sheikh Hasina said that the Rohingya refugees were given shelter on humanitarian ground. She said this while speaking at the camp.
The PM said that the Bangladesh Army, Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), Coast Guard and the law enforcement agencies came forward to provide service for Rohingyas. She asked the forces and others to be alert so that anybody can’t take advantage centering the vulnerable condition of the Rohingya refugees.
Describing the atrocities by Myanmar government as crime against humanity and violation of human rights, Sheikh Hasina said the Rohingya refugees are Myanmar nationals and it must take its citizens back.
“We want to maintain peace and good relations with our neighbors, but we can’t accept unjust acts. We can’t tolerate killing of women and children massively,” she said.