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Govt not sincere to solve Rohingya crisis: Fakhrul
Cox’s Bazar, BdChronicle:
BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Tuesday alleged that the government is not sincere about resolving the Rohingya crisis.
“The hands of the government as well as the State would have been stronger today had the government taken united efforts on the issue taking all the opposition parties and people on a single platform… But they’ve rejected its (BNP’s call for forging a unity). So, it has proved the government is not really sincere about resolving the Rohingya problem,” he said.
The BNP leader came up with the allegation while talking to reporters at a hotel in Cox’s Bazar.
Fakhrul flew to Cox’s Bazar earlier the day to distribute relief materials among Rohingya refugees.
“We’ve been saying we don’t want to do politics over the Rohingya issue. We’ve called for forging a national unity to stand beside them on humanitarian ground,” he said.