Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that the journey from Bhasanchar to Noakhali or Hatiyar will be closed after evening.

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 Travel from Bhasanchar stopped after evening: Home Minister


Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that the journey from Bhasanchar to Noakhali or Hatiyar will be closed after evening. He made the decision after a meeting of the National Committee on Coordination, Management and Law Enforcement of Myanmar (Rohingya) Displaced Persons forcibly Displaced at the Secretariat on Thursday.


The Home Minister said, "Discussions have been held with all concerned to ensure law and order and overall security inside the Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar and Bhasanchar and arrangements will also be made to increase security." Manpower and logistical support will be provided to law enforcement agencies including APBN and Coast Guard to enhance security.


Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal, ‘Joint patrols of police, APBN, Ansar and RAB inside the camp will be further increased. Outside the camp there are army, BGB, RAB. They will always be on alert. "


The minister said surveillance would be stepped up to curb the entry and sale of drugs in Rohingya camps. Border patrols will be stepped up to prevent drug smuggling. Surveillance on Naf River will be strengthened. If necessary, there are plans to increase the number of law enforcers in Ukhia and Teknaf. The construction of barbed wire fences in the camps is in the final stages. The Watch Tower has done a lot, there will be more. '


The Home Minister further said, "Efforts are being made in the international forum to repatriate the Rohingyas." That will continue. Bilateral and multilateral arrangements are underway. The foreign minister said he would further strengthen bilateral talks.


The meeting also discussed the birth control of Rohingyas and enrollment of new ones, he said. The Home Minister also said that some people involved in the murder of Rohingya leader Muhibullah have been arrested.


Among others present at the meeting were Foreign Minister AK Abdul Momen, State Minister for Disaster Management and Relief. Enamur Rahman, Chief Secretary to the Prime Minister's Office Ahmed Kaikaus and others.

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