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Goverment checks over 8000 candidates on the first return lists
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The Bangladesh Interior Minister Asaduzzaman Khan handed over the 8032 refugee lists evacuated by the Bangladesh side to his Myanmar colleague Lieutenant Gen Kyaw Swe, who last weekend was in Dhaka. In November, Bangladesh and Myanmar approved the return of returnees from the north of Rakhine who escaped to Bangladesh after the ARSA forces assaulted the junta's stations on 25 August and the army started mass repression.
Bangladesh Myanmar will make the first documents on the persons to be readmitted available under the MFA. Goverment will review the register to make sure they are legal inhabitants of North Rakhine. "The Myanmar side warmly welcomed the shortlist and asked for our help to make it a reality," Khan said to them.
Mr Khan said Myanmar officers will select 6500 persons to be returned next Tuesday in the early stages. Bangladesh, Khan said, wants to see the refugees returning in safety and an adequate infrastructrur. The impoverished Bangladesh was overcome by the influx of refugees and wants them to go back to Myanmar.
Burma has shown its zeal to take back the displaced people and has even employed several staff in the north of Rakhine to work with thereturners. However, UN High Commissioner for refugee affairs Filippo Grandi said to the Security Council on Tuesday that the terms for voluntary returns of Islamic migrants were not right, as Myanmar had not dealt with their expulsion and refusal of justice.
Mr Grandi also said that the migrants are still escaping from Myanmar and another thousand are still to be depart. Myanmar's military personnel have been charged with cruelty to the North Rakhine Islamic minorities, which includes murder, torture, rape and fire. There are also claims in the press that they have found proof of abuses of Muslim citizens by goverment troops in North-Rakhine.