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Dhaka, November 9: Referring to the Rohingyas, Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khan said that the Rohingyas in humanitarian shelters in Ukhia-Teknaf would not be better off if they did not refrain from terrorist activities.
Dhaka, November 9: Armed terrorists want to dominate 34 Rohingya camps in Ukhia-Teknaf in Cox's Bazar. So in the darkness of the night there is a regular exercise with arms. In order to supply these weapons, an illegal weapons factory has been set up in the hilly area of the camp. Maheshkhali artisans used to work in these factories but now only trained Rohingya artisans are making weapons. Law enforcement has information about several such factories.