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To Keep Danish Refugee Council in Makeshift Camp, Rohingya held a Protest

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 17th December 2018

Cox’s Bazaar: Rohingya in a makeshift camp of Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh held a demonstration for keeping the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) working for the assistance of their humanitarian needs today (17thDecember 2018), reports a demonstrating Rohingya.

Dozens of Rohingya gathered at Camp: 7 of Kutupalong Makeshift camp and held a silent protest for demanding the Danish Refugee Council(DRC) to continue their works in camps.

[Demonstrating Rohingya at Camp 7 of Kutupalong makeshift camp. Image: RVISION TV]

According to locals, to date, DRC has been working effectively on humanitarian grounds for the suffering Rohingya, meeting their immediate demands.

“We want DRC to continue their work here, as they worked effectively for our suffering, we don’t want it to change with any other NGOs,” says a protesting Rohingya at Kutupalong.

The protest was organized by the locals, after an announcement of DRC to be stopped working and will be replaced with any other NGOs in the makeshift camps.

[Work of DRC at Camp 7 of Kutupalong for the assistance of Rohingya. Image: RVISION TV]

Many INGOs including UNHCR, MSF, and WFP have been working to assist the immediate needs of the Rohingya,but Rohingya was first time seen in a protest in favor of an NGO to peruse its work.

Since late 2016, 1.3 million Rohingya have been driven out their homes from Arakan (Rakhine) to the apartheid makeshift camp in Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh and are suffering from all aspects of human needs.