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A Dire Desperation For Safety

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Smoke is seen on the Myanmar side of the border from Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Rohingya refugees arrive at a beach after crossing from Myanmar, in Teknaf, Bangladesh.
Rohingya Refugees members walk with carrying their belongings on a broken road a day after crossing over to the Bangladesh side of the border near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
A Rohingya refugee woman who crossed the border from Myanmar cries while waiting to get a shelter in Kotupalang refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Rohingya refugees build a new home at the Balukali Refugee Camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
A Bangladeshi border guard keeps watching at no man's land between Bangladesh-Myanmar border, where many Rohingya refugees stand outside their temporary shelters, in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Rohingya refugees stretch their hands to receive aid distributed by local organizations at Balukhali makeshift refugee camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
A Rohingya refugee mother carries her children and holds umbrellas during the rain in Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Two women fight for a rack near Balukhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Shaheda, 40, a Rohingya refugee woman her body was burnt when the Myanmar army set fire to her house, receives treatment at the Cox's Bazar District Sadar Hospital in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
Displaced Rohingya refugees tempory shelter cement cylinders near Balukhali refugee camp in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

 

The mass migration of Rohingya Refugees began on August 25, 2017 as the Myanmar military started a task against the Myanmar military.The state military assaulted many police posts in Rakhine state. The striking back from Myanmar's specialists was speedy and heartless. Myanmar has been represented killing over 6,700 Rohingya and pushing more than 600,000 to Bangladesh. Almost all of them have sought refuge in Bangladesh while mostly have been injured by gunshots, shrapnel, fire, and landmines. Majority of these people seeking refuge are women and children. Rohingyas are an ethnic minority gathering and they have not been thought to be one of the nation's 135 authority ethnic gatherings and have been denied citizenship in Myanmar since 1982 Under the law, which has viably rendered them stateless. Because of the law, their rights to contemplate, work, travel, wed, rehearse their religion and access wellbeing administrations have been and keep on being limited. The Rohingya have confronted military crackdowns in 1978 to 2017. UN authorities and HRW have depicted Myanmar's abuse of the Rohingya as ethnic cleansing. The crisis is yet to be over since the first world leading countries and the United Nations has not yet been able to have come to a proper re-settlement agreement with Myanmar regarding this issue Thousands of people have been killed in this horrible event in history as people witnessed their beloved ones and their homes being burnt to ashes as they fled with the only thing they were left with, their lives. Presently in excess of 800000 Rohingya Refugees living in both enrolled and unregistered displaced person camps of Cox's Bazar area of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Government, Local and International Aid organizations are attempting to give nourishment, water, and safe house for the inundation immense evacuees Camps. The event of this aggression over Rohingya people goes beyond the depth of human vocabulary as even perish would be an understatement, therefore, it would definitely go down as one of the most violent acts of aggression in human history. However, the reason behind it would either vanquish or stay a mystery. Rohingya crisis by definition is an ethnic one. In order to sustain, Rohingya crisis requires being solved as a humanitarian crisis.

 

 

 

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