The Sunday Review

The city has been ravaged by a massive fire. Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh’s southern district of Cox’s Bazar on Sunday, leaving around 12,000 people homelessAccording to The Sunday Review, Mohammad Mahfuzul Islam, a local superintendent of police told The Sunday Review.

You can walk through Kutupalong refugee camp in Islam stated that the fire destroyed around 2000 huts in the afternoon before being contained.

According to him, no injuries have been reported. He also said the cause was not known but that an investigation was underway.

According to him, authorities have teamed up with humanitarian agencies both local and global to help those who lost their homes.

“We will ensure no one sleeps under the open sky. Everyone will get a temporary shelter,” Islam provided shelter for those who were affected by fire through community centres and mosques.

The Bangladesh Branch of the United Nations lost ninety buildings, including learning centers and hospitals. refugee UNHCR agency tweeted Sunday

“Rohingya refugee volunteers trained on firefighting & local fire services have controlled the fire,” They added it in Another tweet.

Rohingya refugees try to salvage their belongings after the major fire ripped through the camp.

The UN’s International Organization of Migration (IOM) in Bangladesh claimed that social media That “they are assessing the needs of people to provide support.”

Sunday’s fire marks one of the largest of several fires that have plagued the camp in Recent years

There are approximately 1 million stateless Muslims in the world Rohingya Live in what many consider to be among the world’s largest refugee Camps after fleeing from a massacre and arson campaign by the Myanmar military.