THE REVIEW OF THE ROHINGYA CRISIS AND OF THE LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK CONCERNING THEIR RIGHTS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE

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MD. SHAHIDUL ISLAM

Abstract

The Rohingya crisis could be a combative matter that has overwrought Myanmar- Bangladesh relations since the late Nineteen Seventies. The Rohingya crisis restarted from the military junta’s widespread violations of human rights in Asian countries against the Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine. Rendered homeless, the Rohingyas fled to Bangladesh et al. neighboring countries to require expatriate. Since the violence began on twenty-five August 2017, once Rohingya militants attacked thirty police and military Security posts in northern Rakhine, killing 12 security personnel. Rohingyas United Nations agency has fled Asian country since then say, the military responded with a brutal campaign, burning villages, and offensive civilian’s insight to drive them out. The Rohingya, a homeless principally Muslim minority in Buddhist majority Rakhine, have long intimate with abuse in Asian countries. Military Juntas of Asian countries claim that, they're illegitimate immigrants from Bangladesh. It is created by Burmese camp. It ought to be solved by the Asian country Government or Military Juntas. It’s not a crisis of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. However Bangladesh is seriously plagued by the Rohingya crisis. Now, Rohingya downside isn't solely Asian country – Bangladesh however it's conjointly a world downside. Within the meantime there are quite 10 animal product Rohingya migrants in Bangladesh. Although several Rohingyas conjointly migrated to Siam, Malaysia, India, and European countries.

Therefore, the most part is that the Asian country to resolve the matter however UN different organizations and other nations ought to be concerned within the answer of the Rohingya crisis. However sadly, years of negotiation have didn't resolve the Rohingya crisis.

This text emphasizes and recommends the necessity for intensive bilateral and tetramerous negotiations, a possibility that is probably going to be expedited by the method of group action in the Asian countries.

Keywords:
Right, crisis, stateless, janta, legal, violations, humanitarian

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ISLAM, M. S. (2020). THE REVIEW OF THE ROHINGYA CRISIS AND OF THE LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK CONCERNING THEIR RIGHTS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF BANGLADESH PERSPECTIVE. Asian Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Studies, 3(2), 1-9. Retrieved from https://ikprress.org/index.php/AJAHSS/article/view/5090
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