It is the third fire incident at the camp within the span of four months
More than 20 shelters of the Rohingyas were burned to ashes in a fire at Balukhali camp at Ukhiya of Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday, the third fire incident in four months.
The fire erupted at a house in Block B of camp No 9 around 7:45pm, officials say. No casualties were reported in the fire.
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Two units of Ukhiya Fire Service and members of Armed Police Battalion (APBn) doused the fire, according to 8 APBn Commander SP Shihab Kaiser.
The reason behind the fire and the damage could not be ascertained immediately.
On March 22, a deadly fire broke out at the same camp that left at least 11 dead and over 500 injured. The fire gutted down over 10,000 homes, affecting more than 40,000 people.
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After more than a month, on April 14, another fire broke out at the Balukhali Rohingya camp No 9 that razed a madrasa facility.
Meanwhile, on April 2, three Rohingyas died in a fire at Kutupalong Bazar adjacent to Kutupalong Rohingya camp in Ukhiya.