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Who are the Rohingya and where are they from?
The Rohingya population is concerntrated in the historical region of a Arakan and old coastal country of South-East Asia. The origin of the Arakan is still unknown to us. But we know that there were an estimated 1 million Rohingya living in Myanmar before the 2016-2017 crisis. About 603,000 refugees from Rakhine, Rohingya had crossed the Myanmar border and came into Bangladeshalone since 22 October 2017 to August 25,2017. It was reported by UN. Myanmar had crossed the border into Bangladesh alone since August 25, 2017.This number increased to 624000 by November 2, 2017.Where we can see most of them are Muslim and a minor people followed Hindu religion.

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What does Bangladesh sayabout Rohingya?

The Rohingya crisis has become a concern for the international community because of Bangladesh’s efforts, says Prime Minister. On 7th October 17, she made a speech returning from the UN General Assembly in New York at Dhaka Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport. Our government has proved humanity by sheltering about half a million Rohingya who were fleeing from Myanmar . It could be a raising awareness of the situation before the UNGA. The prime minister said Bangladesh would provide food. “If need be, we will eat a full meal once a day and share the other with them,” she said.
Road Transport Minister and Awami League General Secretary Obaidul Quader also spoke at the reception and welcomed the prime minister with a speech.
Quader described Hasina as the ‘lighthouse of distressed humanity’ and the ‘mother of humanity’ for her handling of the Rohingya crisis.“You have made us look brighter, you have made us feel prouder, you have made us stand taller,” he said.

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