Birth control measures
The government will take birth control measures in the Rohingya camps to curb alarming population growth among the refugees. This was decided on Sunday at a meeting presided over by Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan Kamal. The meeting also decided that UNHCR database will be used to prevent Rohingyas from getting Bangladeshi passports. Also read: Japan: Lasting Rohingya solutions to help a free Indo-Pacific The decisions came at the fourth meeting of the National Committee on Coordination, Management and Law and order of Displaced Myanmar Citizens, held in the conference room of the Ministry of Home Affairs. State Minister for Disaster and Relief Md. Enamur Rahman was also present at the meeting. Emerging from the meeting the home minister said birth rate is alarmingly high in Rohingya camps with about 35,000 births reported every year. The Health Department and the Islamic Foundation will be asked to take necessary steps to control it.