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US$ 350 million spent behind Bhasan Char island to relocate Rohingyas

Bhasan Char, which has been developed keeping in mind the growing number of refugee population and the chaos among them, currently has provisions for yearlong supply of fresh water, uninterrupted power supply, agricultural plots, 120 cyclone shelters, two hospitals, four community clinics, mosques, telecom services, teaching centers, playgrounds and a police station.

No end in sight for Rohingya crisis

Myanmar’s military-controlled-government has so far made every effort to discourage the Rohingyas from returning home. Hence, attempts to  begin a safe and dignified repatriation process have  failed, as refugees refuse to go back, fearing more violence.