Some NGOs and insidious groups are doing business with Rohingyas: Foreign Minister

 National Desk |  Tuesday, October 5th, 2021 |  12:45 pm
Some NGOs and insidious groups are doing business with Rohingyas: Foreign Minister
       

Foreign Minister. AK Abdul Momen said that some NGOs and crooks are doing business with Rohingyas. They are preventing Rohingyas from going to Myanmar. If the Rohingya move to Rakhine, the business of those insidious palaces will be stopped.

He was speaking at the handover ceremony of two ambulances provided by India at Sylhet MAG Osmani Medical College Hospital at 11:30 am on Tuesday (October 5).

Director of Sylhet Osmani Medical College Hospital Brigadier General Dr. Sylhet Osmani Medical College Hospital premises. The handover ceremony was presided over by Brian Bankim Haldar. Morshed Ahmed Chowdhury, Sylhet Divisional Director of Health. Himanshu Lal Roy, Sylhet Metropolitan Awami League President Masuk Uddin Ahmed, Sylhet District Awami League Acting President Shafiqur Rahman Chowdhury, District Awami League General Secretary Advocate Nasir Uddin Khan and others. On the occasion, the Foreign Minister and Indian High Commissioner handed over the keys of two ambulances to the Director of Sylhet Osmani Medical College Hospital and Sylhet Divisional Director Health.

“We have good relations with Myanmar,” he said. In 1982, 200,000 Rohingyas arrived, taken away by Myanmar. In 1992, 2 lakh 53 thousand Rohingyas were coming. Of these, 237,000 Rohingya have returned to Rakhine. The minister lamented that Rohingya leader Muhibullah wanted to take everyone to Rakhine. But he was also killed by those conspirators.

Outraged that the four-lane work on the Sylhet Airport-Badaghat bypass road has not progressed in 12 years, the foreign minister has advised the concerned officials of the RSA to resign. He also remarked that the RSA officials should be ashamed of this failure.

“We are sorry for this failure, we are sorry for those who are using this road,” he said. And shame on those who were in charge of this work (RHD officials). Their heads should be ‘hats’ for not being able to make a road in 12 years. They should quit their jobs in shame.