By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 15thNovember 2018
Cox’s Bazaar: The forced repatriation deal announced to be taking place today left Rohingya in extreme fear, stress, and chaos since last night, and protests are continuing in the refusal of returning back in the ongoing persecution in Arakan State (Rakhine), report several local sources today (15th November 2018)
At around 2 PM a bus was seen at Unciparang camp, with the intention of returning back 30 families, from among the list prepared earlier by Bangladeshi officials.
Following that, Rohingya in the camps heavily demonstrated in the refusal of returning back at the hands of Burmese brutal regime.
[Rohingya were seen in Demonstration against the forced Repatriation at Unciparang camp. Image:
Camp in Charge (CIC) officers and Bangladeshi armed forces are heavily deployed at the makeshift camps of Cox’s Bazaar, inciting fear among the sheltering Rohingya.
Last night, several Rohingya families were spotted to flee the camps in fear of repatriating to Burma.
Rohingya women, children and elderly were seen in groups along with their few belonging to move out of their shelters.
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“We will go where ever our eyes can see,” replied an elderly woman in the video, when asked, where will they go now?
“It’s better they bomb us here rather than taking back there, we will
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Latest report confirmed no report of Rohingya being willingly returning, which Burma-Bangladesh announced to repatriate 150 on daily basis.
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