A New Rohingya Camp Emerged In Baruipur


Baruipur: Another turn in Rohingya settlement. A fresh batch of 73 Rohingyas has landed in Bengal. General Secretary of West Bengal Minority Young Federation Kamarujjaman has raised voice in demand of the security of the Rohingya refugees in Baruipur. Total number of inmates turned 102. Some 29 Rohingyas from Chittagong had earlier settled in West Bengal only Rohingya camp.

He went to the camp Baruipur on Friday afternoon. The camp has been formed by Desh Bachao Samajik Committee’s leader Hossain Gazi. Kamarujjaman has urged to Central Government to provide some support to the Rohingyas. He has distributed foods among the people. The camp is going for last three months in Hardaha village of South 24 Pargana.

Seventy three more Rohingya refugees have settled down in the refugee camp in Hardaha village in West Bengal’s South 24 Parganas on Wednesday, taking the total number of inmates to 102. Some 29 Rohingyas from Bangladesh’s Chittagong had earlier settled in West Bengal’s only Rohingya camp.

বারুইপুরের কাছে হদিশ মিলল আরও একটি রোহিঙ্গা শিবিরের

Recently, BJP started to oppose such settlements for Rohingyas. State BJP president Dilip Ghosh has opposed the settlement in Baruipur as there is no legal authentication in that. Allegedly, they have infiltrated in West Bengal via Bangladesh-Myanmar Teknaf border. He has threatened further legal process regarding the issue. After such comment district police is on high alert. A questioning process has issued right after such activity.

Minority Young Federation president Kamarujjaman has strongly opposed such immediate activities against the refugees. He said, “India is tolerant country. Many refugees have taken shelter in India before. But why such deprivation in case of Rohingyas.”

It is clear from his statement that Mamata Banerjee have expressed inductive attitude towards Rohingyas. “Her humane message did not reach the the ear of administration”, he added. Police wants to remove them from West Bengal. We want to keep them with us safely till they can go back to Myanmar.