A working group of the Central Committee for Implementation of Peace and Development in Rakhine State, held a meeting with Rohingyas for organizing to accept National Verification Card (NVC) process at Maungdaw Township administration office hall on June 20, at 9:30 am, according to Halam, a Human Rights Watchdog from Maungdaw.
300,000 Rohingya living in the Cox’s Bazar district belong to 37,000 families – 20,000 exclusively Rohingya families and 17,000 mixed with Bangladeshi and Rohingyas who married between Bangladeshis and Rohingyas, according to reliable sources in Cox’s Bazar District Statistics Office.
Bangladesh has decided to handle Burma “very softly” in handling for Rohingya issue and would not raise any issues that may displease the Burma after declaration of recent Rohingya census in Bangladesh, according to foreign ministry official.
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Hoof-and- mouth disease has been broken out at Maungdaw Township in Arakan State since June 11 that cause acute difficulties for paddy farmers in the areas, said a farmer Khadir from Maungdaw Town.
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