India Correspondent: A crucial meeting between Mr U Tha Aye, a leader of Rohingya community and UNHCR was held in India at the end of last week regarding the rights of Rohingya refugees living at Makeshift camps in India.
Sources said, U Thar Aye visited the Rohingya makeshift camps and observed the situation of Rohingya refugees and found the situation dire in the camps where the refugees have been suffering from basic needs like, access to foods, medical care, education, shelter etc.
U Thar Aye had a significant meeting with the delegates of United Nation High Commissioner for Refugee and raised a range of problems currently facing by Rohingya refugees in India since their arrival from Burma due to continual persecutions on them by Burmese tyranny government and sectarian violence in 2012 that forced them to leave the country.
During the hours long meeting respectively with UNHCR and concerned Ministers of India, U Thar Aye offered his thanks to UNHCR and the Government of India for their roles playing for the Rohingya refugees’ surviving. He also expressed his deep concern over dire situation that the Rohingya refugees facing in makeshift camps and urged the representative of UNHCR and the government restoration of refugee status, temporary shelter, legal stay, access to education and work, health care including release of Rohingya detainees.