Bhasanchar safe for Rohingyas – Bhorer Kagoj

Bhasanchar is much safer and more convenient for displaced Rohingyas than Cox’s Bazar. The island has all the modern infrastructure as well as the income of the refugees. Disaster management there is also of good quality. In order to make the island more sustainable, it is necessary to give importance to some issues including conservation of potable water and establishment of cottage industries.

This information has come up in a study of the Department of Peace and Conflict Studies of Dhaka University. The results of the study were released on Saturday (March 8) morning at the Nawab Nawab Ali Chowdhury Senate building of the university.

Guests at the seminar. Photo: Dawn Paper.

The migration of the displaced Rohingya people from Cox’s Bazar to Bhasanchar: The advantages and disadvantages of the study comparative analysis between Cox’s Bazar and Bhasanchar. The Central Foundation for International and Strategic Studies (CFISS) supports research.

Dhaka University Pro-VC Professor was the chief guest at the ceremony. ASM Maqsood Kamal. The special guest was Commodore MN Absar, Chairman, CFISS. At this time, Dhaka University Professor. Sadeka Halim, Dr. Delwar Hossain, Dr. Zillur Rahman spoke on the occasion.

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