In the Baluchali hills and forests of Ukhiya, people were known to the habitat of animals. And there is now a dense settlement of Rohingyas. In serials, a Rohingya teenager named Mohammad Saiful (14) in Balukhali Rohingya camp was playing with a monkey. It was not actually a game. The monkeys stitched around the neck were just pitching. And the monkey was trying to escape. These scenes were seen to see 10-12 Rohingya children. Responding to a question about where he got it, Mohammad Saiful said that he took a monkey while cutting trees on the adjacent hills.

He also said that there is a monkey near his friend Ali Hossain, who is in the Lambasiya Rohingya camp. Break a leg of the monkey. Because the monkey was hit with trees while catching it. In addition to the Hakim Para Rohingya camp last month, one and a half months ago, the wife of old Nurul Islam, who died in an elephant attack, could not possibly forget her husband’s tragic death scene.

Concerns and environmentalists say that the animals are not responsible for it, the Rohingyas are responsible. Those who destroy the wildlife sanctuary have been in danger. They say that Rohingyas have not only taken the livelihood or the habitat, they are cutting trees, the hills As a result, forest animals have lost their direction. Biodiversity variations in the area are at risk. To save lives of Myanmar’s army and Rakhines, more than 1.1 million Rohingyas fleeing in Bangladesh since August 25 are now staying in the hilly areas of Ukhia and Teknaf of Cox’s Bazar. Animals have taken possession of the birds and the hills have been hit by the faults of animals. They can not afford food and shelter.

It is known that Rohingyas are no longer seen in the area because of the past. Animals and birds are also reaching the hands of many animals. Besides, many Rohingyas are killed in the wild elephant attack. 13 Rohingyas have died in the last 6 months due to elephant attack. At least 22 people were injured. Besides, more than 200 Rohingya settlers have vandalized. In this situation environment and related authorities say that it has become necessary to remove the Rohingya from the wildlife sanctuary.
Ali Kabir, divisional forest officer of Cox’s Bazar South Forest Department, said that according to last month’s estimates, 5,500 forest land was destroyed due to the Rohingya. There are two thousand of social forests. The rest of the natural forest To continue this way, it will become a futuristic state in the state of Ukhia-Teknaf.

Assistant Director of Cox’s Bazar Environment Department Saiful Al-Ashra said that the environmental damage caused by flooding the Rohingya forests has caused serious damage to the environment. And the extreme velocity to get back to this environment is to get Cox’s Bazar. Refugee relief and rehabilitation commissioner Mohammad Abul Kalam Azad said there are 12 corridors for elephants in Cox’s Bazar and Bandarban. Most of these corridors have now been established in Rohingya camps and offices of various NGOs. This has stopped the livestock movement. In addition, the forest is being destroyed in the equivalent of 4 football fields in the same forest. This is causing serious harm to the environment. So experts are saying to remove Rohingya from animal habitat to protect biodiversity experts.

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