On Sunday (22 January) in the fifteenth phase, another 356 Rohingyas reached Bhasan Char from Cox’s Bazar refugee camps under the supervision of Bangladesh National Intelligence Agency and Navy. Till now, 30,435 Rohingyas have been relocated to Bhasan Char.
Lieutenant Hashem, officer-in-charge of the Navy’s Bhasanchar camp, confirmed that the new Rohingyas were taken to the helipad adjacent to the Navy’s pontoon after being disembarked from the ship. Later they have been taken to cluster number 90 and 96 by car from there.
Incidentally, under the rehabilitation project of Rohingyas in Bhasan Char, around 1,000 people in the first phase on December 4, 2020, similar figures in the second phase on December 29, 2, 242 people in the third phase on January 29 and 30, 2021, 3,018 in the fourth phase on February 14 and 15. 4,021 in the fifth phase on March 3 and 4, 4, 372 people in the sixth phase on April 1 and 2, 379 people in the seventh phase on November 25, 552 people in the eighth phase on 18 December, 705 people in the ninth phase on January 6, 2022, 31 in the tenth phase, January 1287 people, 11th round on 17th February 1655 people, and 12th round 10th March 2982 people, 31st March 13th round 3,532 people and 17th October 14th round 963 people were transferred to Bhasan Char. In addition, in May 2021, 306 Rohingyas who attempted to flee to Malaysia by sea were rescued from the sea and taken to Bhasan Char.