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Cox’s Bazaar: Lack of Cleanliness & Coming Summer Further Speeds Up Rohingya’s Sufferings

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 4th February 2019

Cox’s Bazaar: Rohingya in a camp were seen in a gathering due to the fear for the high-temperature in the upcoming summer season and the lack of hygiene further pushes their sufferings to a maximum level, reports a local from the scene yesterday (5th February).

In Camp no. 27-D5 Shalbagan of Zadimura, a group of Rohingya gathered to discuss their upcoming issues such as harsh heat in the upcoming summer season, which will add up to their ongoing suffering.

“Last year we saw the summer here, the heat was intolerable under the shelters of plastic roofs,” says a Rohingya from the gathered group.

Read more on the Suffering of the Rohingya in the camp:

Following the situation they urged the international bodies and countries to seep up their repatriation process, after they are reassured of their security and are granted their native status along with all of their deserved human rights.

They further said they disagree to the relocation to the flood-prone Bashan Chor, which Bangladesh gov’t planned for the sheltering Rohingya.

“We want to return home, but we will not return unless our demands are fulfilled,” said another Rohingya from the same gathering.

Rohingya in that area also complained about the toilets built last year. They said all the toilets are full now and they are not eligible to use further.

[Illegible toilets in Camp no. 27-D5 Shalbagan of Zadimura. Image: RVISION TV]

Moreover, Rohingya sheltering in that area are also deprived of enough rations and their situation seems to decay day by day

Since 2016, 1.3 million Rohingya are sheltering in the apartheid trampoline roof and their hope of returning back home seems to be a dream to them now.

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