SBS ROHINGYA

'There will be no repatriation without talking to us': Interview with Rohingyan caught in this dilemma

Rohingya refugees pose for a photo with a list of their demands at the Nayapara refugee camp on August 21, 2019.

Human rights groups are calling on the governments of Bangladesh and Myanmar to suspend plans to repatriate Rohingya refugees, set to begin today until conditions are safe.

Nearly 3,500 Rohingya refugees have been identified to be repatriated back to Myanmar from Bangladesh but many of them have voiced concern over how the list was drawn up.

Out of approximately 740,000 Rohingya Muslims who fled to Bangladesh in 2017 after the military offensive in Myanmar hardly any have volunteered to return, fearing they will face violence and oppression once back in Myanmar.

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