Sorrow & Plight of Nobody’s People In a No-Man’s Land

A view of an unhygienic makeshift camp at the outskirts of Delhi State of India. More than 10,000-numbers of Burmese Rohingya Muslim refugee took shelter in Indian (Hyderabad) Andhra Pradesh, (Mewat) Haryana, (Kanchankunj) Delhi and Jammu States after ethnic strife between Rohingya Muslims and Buddhists that had been started since 1940s. Still so many peoples of aforesaid community have been living at various refugee camps in Myanmar, Bangladesh and India chiefly. Rohingya Muslims of Buthidaung, Rathedaung and Sittwe of Rakhine (formerly, Arakan) State, who ran away from Myanmar (that is, Burma) to Bangladesh to India and others South-Asian countries to escape socio-political-religious violence. (Photo/Shib Shankar Chatterjee)

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A view of an unhygienic makeshift camp at the outskirts of Delhi State of India. More than 10,000-numbers of Burmese Rohingya Muslim refugee took shelter in Indian (Hyderabad) Andhra Pradesh, (Mewat) Haryana, (Kanchankunj) Delhi and Jammu States after ethnic strife between Rohingya Muslims and Buddhists that had been started since 1940s. Still so many peoples of aforesaid community have been living at various refugee camps in Myanmar, Bangladesh and India chiefly. Rohingya Muslims of Buthidaung, Rathedaung and Sittwe of Rakhine (formerly, Arakan) State, who ran away from Myanmar (that is, Burma) to Bangladesh to India and others South-Asian countries to escape socio-political-religious violence. (Photo/Shib Shankar Chatterjee)

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