The government on Friday started what it says
"the biggest withdrawal" of army from Chittagong Hill Tracts since a
peace accord was signed over a decade ago to bring stability to the long-troubled
region, a top district official said.
The camp which was dismantled at 5pm had been set up at Joysen Parah of Manikchhari in Mohalchhari under Khagrachharhi Brigade, deputy commissioner Mohammad Abdullah said.
Twelve more makeshift camps under Khagrachharhi and Guimari regions will be withdrawn later in phases, he said.
The 40 members and all the logistics tents of the camp were brought under Khagrachhari Region, Abdullah said and added that the pullout started at 11am.