Letter To the Editor
Problem to be faced due to Rohingya crisis
There is a saying "a crisis creates another crisis" which is a historically proved matter. We are talking about the future reality of Bangladesh; she will be facing possible economic, health, environmental and security threats that is make by Rohingya outcast. Bangladesh is a neighbouring country of Myanmar, for this beneficial scope Rohingya people enter into Bangladesh by crossing border. Local people are being landless, agricultural destroy, internal displaced and job losses. Moreover, Most of the Rohingya refugees unskilled and around 60 Rohingya children born every day. The crisis also poses a health threat by spreading diseases through Rohingyas. The environment is called as the Rohingya refugee cutting hills and cutting trees that threaten the environment. The latest security can be said that Rohingya refugees crossed the border and entered our country through which the criminal activities of the days will increase and they supply drug. The Rohingya emergency has adverse effects on about 335900 local people (source: BBC). It's a called security threats of Bangladesh.
If the Government of Bangladesh is unable to repatriate the Rohingyas, they will create, although seemingly unwillingly, adverse situation in the country regarding many aspect.