Khaleda urges law enforcement personnel to give shelter to fleeing Rohingyas in Bangladesh
BNP chairperson Begum Khaleda Zia on Monday requested to the on duty administration and law enforcement personnel to give shelter to fleeing Rohingya people in Bangladesh.
In a statement, Khaleda from London also urged the authorities concerned to provide overall safety to Myanmar Rohingya men, women and children who fled in fear of life for past few days following violence in the Rakhine state of Myanmar.
The BNP chairperson said the situation turned into a worst shape due to ‘inattentive ‘Bangladesh government’s ‘weak diplomatic efforts’ to settle the Rohingya inclusion into Bangladesh.
‘I urge to take proper steps to send back Rohingyas those who took shelter in Bangladesh after ensuring safety of their life and property,’ Khaleda said in the statement signed by BNP senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi.
She expressed concern and condemned over the killing and wounding of many people as Myanmar security force opened fire on Rohingya people in the violence-ridden Rakhine state.
Khaleda, former prime minister, said Myanmar government should have to put an end urgently the Rohingya crisis being with cautious and responsible.
Any crisis became more deepen by applying strength, she noticed.