Chittagong, Bangladesh: Bangladesh Foreign Minister Dr. Dipu Moni urged the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) on June 2, regarding the Rohingaya issues which remain engaged with the government of Burma to address the longstanding problems of Rohingayas and other Muslim minorities in Burma, according to foreign ministry official briefing. The Foreign Minister said this, during a meeting with the envoys of the Middle Eastern and North African countries based in Dhaka as part of her diplomatic briefings to the envoys of different regional groups scheduled for this week.
The ministry of foreign affairs, under the direction of the government, already prepared a draft strategy paper on the Rohingya issue, putting forward a total of 25 proposals and sent the strategy paper to the relevant ministries for their opinion on May 24, Bangladesh government wish to control Rohingya in their country and willing to send back to their own land (Arakan, Burma) through international community and world body. The Bangladesh need special assistant from OIC to access the Rohingya problem, talking with Burma government.
The draft strategy paper is protecting their Land and property and to stop the Rohingya into Bangladesh and the government may use different taskforces for districts and upazilas under the leadership of deputy commissioners (DCs) or upazila nirbahi officers (UNOs) along the border where the refugee camps are situated.
The Bangladesh government did not willing to help the Rohingya who are in the camps by INGOs, making difficult to access in the areas without prior permission.