Cox's Bazaar return to Australia fears Rohingya.

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-03-19 13:24:38

Cox's Bazaar return to Australia fears Rohingya.

Ukiah and Teknaf have been intimidated by a Rohingya returning from Australia.

Despite the strict directives of the government, the activities of the Civil Aviation Authority have been questioned as passengers from abroad come to Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport and take refuge in the Rohingya camps from Cox's Bazar Airport. For the sake of national security, the border between Bangladesh and Myanmar has been sealed under Cox's Bazar-34 BGB.

Ukhia Upazila Health and Public Affairs Officer Dr. Ranjan Barua said that a Rohingya was brought under special arrangement on Wednesday (18th March) from the Rohingya camp registered at Kutupalong, Ukhia. Although there was no evidence of Corona virus in the person's body. Since it is not safe for him to remain close to his relatives, he has been taken to a special quarantine for the benefit of the country.

Ukhia Upazila Executive Officer Md. Nikaruzzaman Chowdhury said the Rohingya man came to Australia from Malaysia on 17th March through Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka to Cox's Bazar Airport and came to his relatives at Kutupalang camp. Upon receiving the news, he was brought under the special security system of the Upazila Administration and the Health Department.

He said that there was no evidence of Corona virus in the man. There is no reason to panic as a result. He said the Rohingya camp has a 45 bed isolation center from the east.

Nobody found the Corona virus or any of the victims in Uchiha. However, he requested to inform the administration if anyone had returned asylum from abroad.

Chairman of Ukhia Upazila Parishad, Hamidul Haque Chowdhury, said that locals are always concerned about the Rohingya dependent in the Rohingya camp. Although some Rohingya border guards have been escorted from Myanmar to Myanmar, they have been accused of smuggling drugs while fleeing Myanmar and taking refuge in Bangladesh.

He said the government issued strict directives and directives to keep Quarantine under control for 14 days if any passenger arrives from abroad for the past four days.

Still, the question of how the Myanmar-born Australian Rohingya citizen entered the camp came up.
Lt. Col. Ali Haider Al Azad, commander of the 34 BGB Battalion in Cox's Bazar, said that Bangladesh and Myanmar are already under strict borders.

For the past four days, land and naval boundaries have been completely sealed up to Palangkhali, Rahmatbiril, Balukhali, Naikhyangchari, Ghunadhum, Tumbru, under Ukhia under the 34 BGB. Additional BGB members are strictly controlling the border, he said.