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No Rohingya should be permitted to enter Bangladesh through infiltration : BGB DG

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Whatever the situation appears in Myanmar, Bangladesh will not allow the entrance of Rohingyas anymore, Major General Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman Siddiqui, director general (DG) of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), said on Tuesday.The BGB DG said this after placing wreaths at the grave of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Tungipara of Gopalganj this noon.

“The overall situation along the border is under our control. And from now on, we will no longer permit the entry of Rohingya people in Bangladesh,” he said categorically.

Around 65 Rohingyas have attempted to enter Bangladesh but they were promptly turned away, he said.

UNB adds: until Monday night, 115 Myanmar forces had taken shelter in Bangladesh and 114 security personnel arrived till Tuesday morning while 35 more entered in the afternoon, he said.So far, a total of 264 Myanmar security personnel have surrendered, he added.

“We have given shelter and food to them. Among them, 15 were injured. Eight of them were undergoing treatment at Cox’s Bazar Sadar Hospital and Chattogram Medical College and Hospital,” said the BGB DG.

Two people, including a Bangladeshi woman were killed following an explosion of a mortar shell on Monday, he said, adding, “Such deaths can’t be acceptable.”

Whatever the situation appears in Myanmar, Bangladesh will not allow the entrance of Rohingyas anymore, Major General Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman Siddiqui, director general (DG) of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), said on Tuesday.The BGB DG said this after placing wreaths at the grave of Father of the Nation Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in Tungipara of Gopalganj this noon.

“The overall situation along the border is under our control. And from now on, we will no longer permit the entry of Rohingya people in Bangladesh,” he said categorically.

Around 65 Rohingyas have attempted to enter Bangladesh but they were promptly turned away, he said.

UNB adds: until Monday night, 115 Myanmar forces had taken shelter in Bangladesh and 114 security personnel arrived till Tuesday morning while 35 more entered in the afternoon, he said.So far, a total of 264 Myanmar security personnel have surrendered, he added.

“We have given shelter and food to them. Among them, 15 were injured. Eight of them were undergoing treatment at Cox’s Bazar Sadar Hospital and Chattogram Medical College and Hospital,” said the BGB DG.

Two people, including a Bangladeshi woman were killed following an explosion of a mortar shell on Monday, he said, adding, “Such deaths can’t be acceptable.”