Published:  02:03 AM, 13 September 2017

Young Rohingya women face trouble


Since the influx of Rohingya civilians through the Myanmar borders into Cox's Bazar and other parts of the country, it has been noted with alarm that young women belonging to the Rohingya community have been suffering from tremendous  insecurity. Reportedly, human traffickers are making evil attempts to take undue advantage of the helpless plight of the women and girls of Rohingya people and trying to sell them in red light areas.

Similar allegations have been received from the Rohingya refugees, according to different media agencies working around Myanmar-Bangladesh frontier areas. As women face assaults and other forms of hazards every now and then, it is a much greater concern that Rohingya girls have all the likelihood to get trapped by miscreants.

For this reason human rights activists and security experts have advised for higher vigilance from the law enforcement agencies of those areas to watch out for gangsters who might try to endanger Rohingya young women with vicious intentions.


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