Fire at Rohingya Refugee Camp in Bangladesh left 10,000 People Homeless

Newstoday: A devastating fire has displaced more than 12,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. According to foreign media reports, the Rohingya refugee camp Ganjanabad, near the Myanmar border in Bangladesh's Cox's Bazar region, was devastated by fire on Sunday. More than 2000 campuses and their possessions were burned to ashes as a result of the fire, and hundreds of people were forced to seek refuge under the open sky. No casualties were recorded in the event, according to Bangladesh Fire Service officer Imadul Haq, and the source of the fire has not been determined.

According to the report Bangladesh ministry of defense, there were around 222 occurrences of burning in Rohingya camps which happened between January 2021 and Dec 2022. It is also noted that the refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar was also famous for being the world's biggest refugee camp. These are the people who fled to Bangladesh after the greatest military crime and crackdown.

Sabahat Abid


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