Fencing of the camps will be completed soon, he says
Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal has said that the killers of Rohingya leader Md Mohibullah will be brought to justice soon.
"Investigation is underway to find out real cause of the Rohingya leader killing and the suspects will be brought to book soon," he told reporters after a meeting on Sharadiyo Durgo Utsab security arrangements at his ministry conference room on Sunday.
The minister said Muhib Ullah was vocal for sending the Rohingyas back to their homeland.
He added: "The law and order situation in the Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar is normal."
The minister said that setting up barbed wire fence around the Rohingya camps would be completed in a few days. The government was also installing watch towers at the camps aimed at ensuring security.
"The law and order situation is still good as our law enforcement forces are doing a good job in coordination with the army. Cox's Bazar is a tourist destination where millions of tourists are going. Everything is in good condition because our security forces are working there," Kamal said.
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On the occasion of the Durga Puja, the biggest religious festival of the Hindu community, the law enforcement agencies would take tight security measures for ensuring peaceful celebration of the Puja, he said.
The minister said special steps would be taken, including deployment of police forces along with members of Rapid Action Battalion (RAB), Ansar-VDP and community police to ensure peaceful celebration of the festivity.