Over a million Rohingya migrants a “big burden” on Bangladesh, says Sheikh Hasina as she feels India can play major role

Bangladesh Rapid Action Battalion (RAB) personnel patrol on the street at Jamtoli refugee camp near Cox's Bazar on October 7, 2020. - Bangladesh has sent more troops into the world's largest refugee camp, police said on October 7, after days of fighting between rival Rohingya drug gangs left seven people dead. (Photo by Munir Uz zaman / AFP)

Dhaka [Bangladesh], September 4 (ANI): The Rohingya migrants are a “big burden” on Bangladesh and the country is reaching out to the worldwide community to guarantee they return to their homeland, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina said including that she feels India might play a major role in fixing the concern.
In a communication with ANI, Hasina admitted that the visibility of lakhs of Rohingyas in Bangladesh had actually created challenges for her regimen. “Well you understand … for us it’s a huge worry. India is a huge country; you can suit however you do not have a lot. However in our country … we have 1.1 million Rohingya. So well … we are consulting with the global community as well as likewise our adjoining countries, they should also take some steps to ensure that they can go back home,” Hasina claimed.
The Bangladesh head of state claimed that her federal government had actually attempted to deal with the displaced area maintaining the altruistic element in mind.
“This Rohingya, yes … on humanitarian ground we provide shelter as well as offering whatever however throughout this COVID, we immunized all the Rohingya area. But the length of time they will remain below? So in the camp they are staying. Our atmosphere risk exists. After that some individuals take part in drug trafficking or some arms conflict, women trafficking. Each day it is enhancing. So as quick as they return home it benefits our nation as well as also for Myanmar. So we have been trying our finest to pursue them, we’re going over with them and likewise the global community, like ASEAN or UNO, after that other nations,” Hasina said.
The Bangladesh prime minister claimed that her country had actually supplied shelter to the Rohingya when they were dealing with lots of problems. “And now they should return to their nation. Yet India as a neighbour nation, they can play a big function on it, I feel that,” Hasina included.
Head Of State Hasina is set to start her four-day check out to India from Monday.
Throughout the meeting, Hasina was also asked about her country’s cooperation with India on river water sharing especially when it come to Teesta river. Hasina claimed that while there were difficulties, they were not anything which can not be settled mutually.
“It is very depressing that, we are in a. you understand … downstream. So water is originating from India, so India needs to reveal more broadness. Since both the countries will certainly be beneficiaries. So occasionally our people experienced a great deal as a result of this need of water. Specifically Teesta, we can not go for harvest and so several problems occur. So I think it ought to be addressed however, yes we discovered that the Head of state is really … you know … anxious to solve this issue, but the trouble remains in your nation. So … we hope that it should, you know … it ought to be addressed,” Hasina said.
She included that the two nations shared the water of the river Ganges. “Just Ganges water we share. The water, we signed the treaty. But we have one more 54 rivers. Yes … So it’s a long standing issue, so it ought to be solved,” she said.

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