Reported by: Jafar Ahmed Written by: Eshan Maitra
Fled Rohingyas poses to create a long-term economic crisis in Bangladesh. On top of it, by any case if Bangladesh & Myanmar’s diplomatic relation worsens and escalates into a war. That would really dent the budget of development. Warned South Asian Network on Economic Modeling (SANEM) in their recent observation. In a press-conference at a hotel in Dhaka, on Wednesday. SANEM Executive Director Dr. Selim Rayhan said that, estimated 4 cores taka will be required for taking care of these fled Myanmar refugees per year. Internationals aid are coming for now. But if this prolongs, only Bangladesh will have to suffer in the long run. Rohingya issue already demolished the major tourism industry of Bangladesh. Chittagong & Cox Bazar were announced as security-crisis zones. At this rate, foreign investing will seize to come. This government had dreams & great plans for urbanizing these areas. But all the projects are at halt due to this reason. Also, Myanmar is the only routes for Bangladesh, for making economic connections with East-Asian coastal regions. If the relation with them worsens. Bangladesh will be in immense economic crisis.
Nayeemul Islam khan
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