Turkish Deputy PM Akdag Visits Rohingya Muslims Camp


Yangon(September 28, 20170: Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Recep Akdag distributed aid among Rohingya Muslims during his visit to a refugee camp in Bangladesh.

The Turkish deputy premier handed out aid packages among Rohingya Muslims and said Turkey would build a refugee camp in Bangladesh.

During his talks with Maya, he said, Turkey made three separate proposals for the “construction of a camp, building a field hospital and drilling of well”.

The camp is planned to be a mid-phase accommodation camp for refugees that would operate alongside health services, including two field hospitals in the Rohingya Muslim-populated region, Akdag said.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has instructed the material needed for the construction of the camp should be provided by artisans in Bangladesh, he added.

Since August 25, more than 436,000 Rohingya have crossed from Myanmar’s western state of Rakhine into Bangladesh, according to the UN’s migration agency’s latest report.

On other hand  Muslims have taken to street over genocide of Rohingya Muslims in India. The demonstrators  were holding the placards and banners and chanted slogans against Myanmar government.

Whereas, Deputy Chief Minister of occupied Jammu and Kashmir Nirmal Singh has expressed harsh words against Rohingya Muslims, saying it Rohingya Muslims who have entered in India shall be expelled.

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Originally Posted on Abbtak Tv


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