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Old September 19, 2017, 12:23 AM
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Even many of my friends r already in favour of giving them permanent citizenship. Their logic is pretty simple, if we can feed 160 million ppl then extra one million mouth won't make much of a difference. I can understand their emotions/feelings.
Population increase is not a problem, but such a sharp, unprecedented and uncontrolled increase will hurt us badly. This will lead to higher unemployment rate hence greater increase in crimes such as thefts, burglery, kidnappings within Bangladesh.

I think we should give them some form of extended temporary residency but not nationality, as they do not meet the criteria.. Perhaps it can be a "3 year humanitarian visa with limited work rights", which could only be further extended in the future if the conditions in Myanmar stay the same for them.

I don't think we should give them Bangladeshi citizenship at all, as that would give Myanmar the silver bullet they need, to deny them entry back into Myanmar in the future. That would be the final nail in the coffin. It would also reflect very poorly on our citizenship laws, and make Rohingyas Bangladesh's problem not the world's problems as they would no longer be stateless.

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But this isn't the time to take decisions based on emotions only. We need to be practical too. I'm not based on cox's bazaar. But I've heard that the condition of that place have become absolutely horrible in last couple of weeks and it's likely to get even worse.

I'm not saying let's send all of them back to Myanmar so that they can get butcherd by the Buddhist terrorists, but it's also true that taking millions of refugees and giving them citizenship isn't a solution either.
We should immediately stop any educational aid from Middle East, and build profiles on visitors from our sides. I know for fact that terrorist groups will want to take advantage of this situation, where we have a lot of desperate, unskilled and unemployed people. It is in our best interest to restrict their movement, but make sure they have access to very basic food, medicine, housing and education and gather this money mostly from international donations. We should also enforce strict birth control laws for Rohingya refugees.

Last thing I want to see is Rohingyas being brainwashed and committing terrorist attacks on Hindus and Buddhists in Bangladesh in retaliation to the wrong that has been done to them. This has been the strategy of radical Islamic organisations. So it is important that we keep their freedom of movement restricted and all of them documented so they cannot claim to be Bangladeshi.

Trust me our treatment to them is a lot more humane than first world countries like Australia where they are essentially put in a prison in Papua New Gunea and are frequently subjected to injustices ranging from poor living conditions to rape.
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Old September 19, 2017, 12:37 AM
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If we can focus on building up a stronger defence force in the next few years or so, could we possibly intimidate Myanmar to repatriate Rohingyas like we did before in 1978 and 1992 where they took back 250,000 refugees that got displaced [1]?

Also, the fact that they violated Bangladesh's airspace is to intimidate us. We can only helplessly watch. In a timespan of 25 years the two country's roles have reversed.

https://theconversation.com/life-in-...ngladesh-71957
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Old September 19, 2017, 02:05 AM
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Corruption and mismanagement of funds, are biting us in the ***. A scenario like this could of been prevented, Myanmar dumping refugees into Bangladesh like to tomorrow.
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Population has increased from 4lakhs to 15 lakhs!
Kacha bajarer daam barsey. Shaker daam 50taka! Onno shobjir daam 200 taka! FFS
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