Firing at Rohingya Refugee Camp in Bangladesh, 7 killed

Firing at Rohingya Refugee Camp in Bangladesh, 7 killed

Last Updated on November 14, 2021 by Shiv Nath Hari

Firing at Rohingya Refugee Camp in Bangladesh, 7 killed
Firing at Rohingya Refugee Camp in Bangladesh, 7 killed

Big news has come out from Bangladesh Dhaka, where there was shelling on Friday in the refugee camp of Rohingyas in Cox’s Bazar . During this, the news of the death of 7 people has come to the fore. This information has come out by quoting Bangladeshi College . The attack took place in a madrasa located in the Rohingya refugee camp. Unknown assailants attacked a madrasa in block H-52 of camp number 18 in Ukhia at around 4 am. In the firing, 4 people died on the spot, while 3 people died during treatment in the hospital.

Firing At Rohingya Refugee Camp in Bangladesh News

The world’s largest Rohingya refugee camp is located in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. About 10 lakh Rohingyas live here. Millions of people from the community reached Bangladesh after saving their lives in 2017 after being victims of the brutality of Myanmar’s army. Rohingya Muslims have taken refuge in Cox’s Bazar and it is said to be the world’s largest refugee sanctuary. Bangladesh hoped that after everything was fine, they would go back to Myanmar. Now Rohingya Muslims have been shifted to Bachchar Island. About 1 lakh people have been brought here from Cox’s Bazar.

Before the crisis of 2016-17, about 8 lakh Rohingya people lived here. These people have been living on this land for almost centuries. But the Buddhist people and the government there do not consider them as their citizens. Here Rohingya have to face persecution. Today, a large number of Rohingyas are forced to live in inhuman conditions in Bangladesh. Today you are the first to be told about the firing update in Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. Thank you for reading today’s news.