Myanmar foreign secretary Mint Thoi said that Rohingya will be returned safely and with dignity from mid-November. He said this during a brief briefing at the coordination camp organized by Commissioner of Cox’s Bazar at Kutupalong D5 block at 1pm on Wednesday (Wednesday). He also said that the Myanmar government has initiated various initiatives to take back the Rohingyas. 8 thousand 30 Rohingyas have been identified by choosing from the list given in Bangladesh. In the middle of November, two thousand Rohingya will be withdrawn from the first phase. Myanmar will take another 5,000 Rohingyas back in the second phase. In this way arrangements have been made to restore 30 thousand Rohingya and keep them. Returning Rohingya camp will have to be 5 months. NFC cards will be provided by filling their form there. After 5 months of the camp, Rohingya can return to their homes. Rohingyas will get all the facilities, including security, treatment, and the Rohingya. Provision of primary education for Rohingya children Mint Thoey said that a factory has been set up in Bali market area so that Rohingya youth can be employed.
Myanmar Foreign Minister Mint Thoike in Burmese said that the security of Myanmar citizenship will be ensured before returning them, and they will have to ensure their safety before taking them back, said Rohingya delegation member Mohibullah Majhi of Lambashia camp, Aman Ullah Majhi from Unchi Prang and raped Jamalikya by Myanmar army. All Rohingya youths who have been kept in Akhayb jail for free will have to be released. Myanmar will have to inform the international world about the withdrawal of Rohingya citizenship. The Rohingyas, who are returning to the country, will have to take action against them so that they can not be persecuted, oppressed and oppressed. Rohingya boys and girls will have the opportunity to study. Returning Rohingya will not be in the camp. They have to make arrangements that they can return to their home directly. The latest Rohingya delegation thanked Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina for sheltering Bangladesh. Cox’s Bazar Relief and Rehabilitation Commissioner said in response to the journalists. Abul Kalam said that in the second phase a list of 24,423 Rohingyas has been handed over to Myanmar.
It was attended by a 16-member delegation led by Myanmar Foreign Minister Mint Thoor, Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque, Chittagong Divisional Commissioner Md. Abdul Mannan, deputy commissioner of Cox’s Bazar. Kamal Hossain, District Superintendent of Police ABM Masud Hossain, Upazila Nirbahi Officer Nirukuzzaman Chowdhury, high officials of the government, representative team of NGO organization present there.