Rohingya “Lifeline” radio - Monday, December 07, 2020
MC & News: Sami Ahmed & Mohammed Hussain
ROH Lifeline 12072020 1130 UTC
Today: Monday, December 07, 2020
7:30 a.m. (Washington, D.C., USA)
Duration: 6 minutes
· Bangladesh warns UN, rights groups not to 'misinterpret, undermine genuine efforts’ on Rohingya relocation
· Relocated Rohingya’s feedback about Bhashan Char
· UAE target of cyber-attacks after Israel deal, official says
· Trump calls Georgia governor to pressure him to help overturn election results, reports say
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Report: VOA News
Related item code: 9-P
Duration: 2:08 minutes
Translator: Sabera Begum (Cox’s Bazar)
Topic: Women murder in Rohingya camps.
Translation Summary: The dead body of a 35 years old Rohingya woman was found lying next to Kutupalong Camp No. 1 on Sunday morning. When the residents of the camp informed the police, the police came and recovered the body. A Rohingya from Camp No. 1, who did not want to be named, said the dead woman was a resident of Camp No. 3 and it was not yet known who killed her. As a result of this incident, there is panic among the common Rohingya.
Report: Mohammed Idris Abdullah (Cox’s Bazar)
Related item code: 9-P
Duration: 8:28 minutes
Topic: Rohingyas Are Deeply Concern for the Relocation to Bhashan Char
Translation Summary: Bangladesh government is hosting 1.1 million Rohingya who live congested in the Cox’s Bazar Rohingya migrants camp that’s why government plan to relocate 100,000(one lakh) Rohingya from Cox’s Bazar Rohingya migrant camp to Bhashan Char after ensuring the various sort of facilities for them to live and enjoy in the Bhashan Char. Also, about 1,642 Rohingya voluntarily relocated themselves to Bhashanchar on Friday.
Mr Kyaw Win said that he lives with his family at camp#9 of Balukhali-01. Despite the Rohinga have been living for three years over in the Cox’s Bazar migrant camp, the government of Myanmar is not accepting any demand of Rohingya, the international community and others said Win. So, the Rohingya can’t see the way of their repatriation to their ancestral mother land and the difficulties of living, restriction of movement and insecurity of lives are increasing for them in the camp day by day that’s why about 1,642 Rohingya agreed and went from Cox’s Bazar migrant camp to Bhashan Char where again there is no safety and security of lives.
Mohammed Saber said that he lives with his family at camp#18 of Balukhali-2. Saber said that the Rohingya are living in the camp like birds in cage that’s why some Rohingya agreed and went to Bhashan Char hoping to have facilities and some Rohingya that are forced to go to Bhashan Char by some people who do as they want but the Rohingya are not capable uttering a single word against them in the camp. Aman Ullah said that he lives with his family at camp#10 of Balukhali-01. Ullah said that he has met and talked with the Rohingya who went to Bhashan Char. So, Ullah could know and understand that some Rohingya went to Bhashan Char with fear and tension and some Rohingyas went to Bhashan Char hoping to get facilities without knowing the exact situation of Bhashan Char.
Sayed Alam a Forcibly Displaced Myanmar National (FDMN) of Camp#07 said that Refugee are vulnerable, and they always seek facilities as beneficiaries following the command and order of boss or any authorized persons. So, Alam said that it’s not believable despite the fact Rohingya said to different media that they have willingly agreed and went to insecure Bhashan Char. Alam also said that either the Rohingya willingly went to Bhashan Char or not will be proved when a team will be formed with Rohingya educated person, UN staffs and Human Rights Activist and let them investigate freely that issu