Rohingya girls are being taken shelter: UN

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The girls are being sold for their shelters in Bangladesh camps. The families of the Rohingyas have picked up young girls in the hands of encourage their own expenses. They were later forced to be recruited. The UN migration Agency says they have received information on 99 manbopaturer incidents since September last year. This trend continues. So the actual number is greater than this.

 

Last week, a report by the International Migration Agency (IOM) informed that 35 girls and 31 women were trafficked in Hwader. Women 31 and 26 of the women are engaged in compulsory labor. Dina Permar, IOM’s spokesman, said in a statement that “the events we have heard are very unbearable. Manbapacharira is cheating with them with the hope of working and a more prosperous life. He also said it might seem just dangerous to others but think twice about these family that went. They can do something even deadlier than that. Probably ready to sacrifice life for someone in the family.

 

In Pyongyang, a Bangladeshi volunteer for social Action (Waipiesse) has launched campaign to raise awareness about manbopature among these refugees. The report, released by UN investigation officials last August, said that the killing of tens of thousands of Rohingyas in Myanmar’s Rakhine state last year and the rohingake of the seven lakhs of militants were forced to flee into Bangladesh. Min Aung Hlaisanke must face trial over the military campaign, he noted.

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Rohingya girls are being taken shelter: UN

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The girls are being sold for their shelters in Bangladesh camps. The families of the Rohingyas have picked up young girls in the hands of encourage their own expenses. They were later forced to be recruited. The UN migration Agency says they have received information on 99 manbopaturer incidents since September last year. This trend continues. So the actual number is greater than this.

 

Last week, a report by the International Migration Agency (IOM) informed that 35 girls and 31 women were trafficked in Hwader. Women 31 and 26 of the women are engaged in compulsory labor. Dina Permar, IOM’s spokesman, said in a statement that “the events we have heard are very unbearable. Manbapacharira is cheating with them with the hope of working and a more prosperous life. He also said it might seem just dangerous to others but think twice about these family that went. They can do something even deadlier than that. Probably ready to sacrifice life for someone in the family.

 

In Pyongyang, a Bangladeshi volunteer for social Action (Waipiesse) has launched campaign to raise awareness about manbopature among these refugees. The report, released by UN investigation officials last August, said that the killing of tens of thousands of Rohingyas in Myanmar’s Rakhine state last year and the rohingake of the seven lakhs of militants were forced to flee into Bangladesh. Min Aung Hlaisanke must face trial over the military campaign, he noted.

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