| 29 Aug 2019, 00:00 | Update : 29 Aug 2019, 23:20
The government has taken a plan to set up three police posts in five Rohingya camps under Teknaf upazila of Cox’s Bazar district. The decision was taken to curb crimes and enhance security following the death of Juba League leader Omar Faruk who was killed by Rohingya criminals.
Tension is prevailing in the area between the local and Rohingya people. Activities of some NGOs are halted following the incident.
On Thursday a team led by Additional Police Super of Cox’s Bazar district Mohammad Iqbal Hossain visited the Rohingya camps.
At that time Mohammad Iqbal Hossain said, to maintain law and order situation and to provide security for the Rohingya people decision has been taken to set up police posts in five Rohingya camps. Jadimura, Shalbagan, Nayapara, Alikhali and Leda Rohingya camps were visited. Spots are being fixed to set up three police posts in these camps.
He said, activities to set up police posts will begin very soon. We have provided food, shelter and medical service to the Rohingya people from the humanitarian ground. Efforts are going on to keep the situation normal in Rohingya camps.