Crossborder > Forgotten alleys of the old camp
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  • K SHESHU BABU

    The hardships faced by rohingyas aptly reflected in the article. They are one of the largest stateless community living under trying circumstances. No country is willing to fight for their cause though Bangladesh has shown some compassion by accepting these refugees in their country. China too has tried to help them through some diplomacy. But. By and large. Not much progress has been made. Some of them live in Kashmir but hindutva right wing are creating immense trouble by alienating them

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