Submission Open for IJEER Volume-3, Number-10, October 2019 | Submission Deadline- 20 October, 2019

International Journal for Empirical Education and Research

Rohingya Refugees Crisis between Bangladesh and Myanmar: Search for Permanent Solutions

Author: Md. Asiquzzaman | Published on: 2019-05-31 21:00:15   Page: 1-19   174

Abstract
Bangladesh is an occupied population of South Asia. India and Myanmar share the border with the neighboring states of Bangladesh. After independence in 1971, Muslims started experiencing continuous refugee flights of Muslim Rohingyas in Myanmar for fear of religious and ethnic violence. Bangladesh mostly welcomed them and provided protection under their free will, although refugees do not have any statutory legislation. No solution was found till 2013, and the number of refugee flights increased steadily. Rohingya refugees are destroying Bangladesh's reputation in international drafting and committing various offenses against fake Bangladeshi passports. Bangladesh is a contender on refugee issues: Firstly, the issue of human rights and secondly the national security problem. I have a positive and reactionary opinion that it is the right time to make Bangladesh a rigid domestic law for infiltrating Rohingyas from Myanmar.

Keywords
Rohingya; Voluntary Repatriation; Humanitarian Situation; Permanent Solution.

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    Md. Asiquzzaman
    Department of Law
    Southeast University
    ashiksweet007@gmail.com