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Camp Fire Brought Suffering in Between Corona and Food Crisis.
Staff Reporter
Rohingya Camp fire added Sufferings in Between Corona  pandemic and Food  Shelter Crisis. It was 7 October 2020 Wednesday night while there was another horrible day appeared for the Rohingya Refugees as fire destroyed their shelters. Due to clashes among various types of groups in the camp, people from Kutupalong camp Block C are afraid.
Near about 40 shelters were totally burnt and many more were half burned. The situation isn’t good for almost a few months as there were groups actively working on forceful capture of men and areas. At least ten people including two Bangladeshi have been reported dead and many injured since there was fight among groups at the camps.
The source of fire is believed to be caused by anti-groups who lit the fire at tents. Kader Moulavi 45 years old man who have been living in the camp for more than 29 months told to our team that the fire reminded them about the fire lit by the Burmese Army and terrorist while they were in Myanmar.