REFUGEE, MIGRANT AND STATELESS PERSON IN BANGLADESH: PROBLEMS AND LEGAL PERSPECTIVE
This article presents a current issue of Rohingya, stateless and migrant people who faced various problems in Bangladesh and state also faced problems to maintain them. In this regard this paper will provide some solution to overcome these problems. Bangladesh is currently hosting a large number of stateless people namely Rohingya from August 2017. Beside this the liberation war of Bangladesh in 1971 the Biharis were left behind are also treated as stateless and unprotected persons. At present all these people have suffered decades of violence, discrimination and persecution in a massive wave of violence broke out in Myanmar Rakhine State. Rohingya people have fled from Myanmar to seek refuge across the border in Bangladesh and among them 50% are children and they suffered from basic necessity. Bangladesh’s economy spends an estimated $1.21 billion a year supporting the Rohingya and also unemployed crisis and also involved in criminal activities like Yaba drug smuggling. Natural disaster like flooding, fires and Covid-19 has created also fresh challenges for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. The natural disaster like covid- 19, flood, heavy monsoon, landslide in the camp is also creating a lot of sufferings of the Refugees. This paper will pave a way to overcome these challenges. It will be qualitative research. The information will be taken from many readings, articles, newspapers and books.
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