Alexa No lack of govt’s initiative on Rohingya repatriation

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No lack of govt’s initiative on Rohingya repatriation

 Staff Correspondent daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 03:03 PM, 22 September 2019  

Road Transport and Bridge Minister Obaidul Quader inaugurated eight projects of the district at Cox`s Bazar Road and highways office

Road Transport and Bridge Minister Obaidul Quader inaugurated eight projects of the district at Cox`s Bazar Road and highways office

Commenting that the opposition party was plotting on the Rohingya issue, Awami League general secretary and road transport and bridge minister Obaidul Quader said there was no shortage of government's initiative to return Rohingya, help the government to resolve the issue without disturbing and provocative. "Because this country belongs to all of us," he said also.

He said this at the inauguration of 8 projects in the district at Cox's Bazar Roads and highways office on Sunday.

Stating that the government is not unforced facing the Rohingya crisis, he said the government's diplomatic efforts to return the Rohingyas are continuing. For that purpose, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has also attended the UN session although she is not okay. At the same time, talks are being held with China and India. Since their role will be more useful.

Regarding the various NGOs working in the Rohingya camp, he said some NGOs are provoking the Rohingya like the BNP. If an NGO acts against the interests of the country in the pursuit of humanitarian services, we do not need them. If necessary, action will be taken against them.

The inaugural ceremony was attended by Deputy Assistant Property and Prime Minister's Special Assistant Barrister Biplob Barua, Cox's Bazar Sadar-Ramu constituency MP Syamum Sarwar Kamal, Maheshkhali-Kutubdia constituency MP Ashek Ullah Rafiq, Chakria-Pekuza MP Jafar Alam and many others.

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