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Antonio GuterresUN secretary general Antonio Guterres on Sunday said they will put more pressure on Myanmar to make them understand what they should do on the Rohingya issue, reports UNB.”We’re keeping up pressure on Myanmar…we need to put more pressure on Myanmar to make them understand what they should do on this issue,” he said.Antonio Guterres said this when he met prime minister Sheikh Hasina at her office.World Bank president Jim Yong Kim also the prime minister at the same time.PM’s press secretary Ihsanul Karim briefed reporters after the meeting.He said the United Nations and the World Bank will continue their support to Bangladesh over the Rohingya issue.Guterres mentioned that the international community iterated their solidarity towards Bangladesh on the issue and appreciated the government of Bangladesh for giving shelter to the Rohingyas.He noted with satisfaction that the World Bank has come forward to help Bangladesh deal with the Rohingya issue.The prime minister apprised them about the current situation of the Rohingyas and mentioned that these people started entering Bangladesh in 1977.Sheikh Hasina said Bangladesh has given shelter to 1.1 million Rohingyas only on humanitarian ground and various services, including healthcare, are being provided to them.She said the government is preparing an island to relocate around 100,000 Rohingyas where they will get better living condition and livelihood opportunities.The prime minister said the local people of Bangladesh are experiencing adverse impacts as over one million people have taken shelter in Bangladesh. “We’ve to look into their problem as well and we’re doing that.”Regarding the dialogue between Bangladesh and Myanmar governments to repatriate the Rohingyas, she said both countries signed agreements over the matter. “But they’re yet to take any action for its implementation,” she added.
Awami League president Sheikh Hasina returns home after six years. UNB File PhotoThe 39th Homecoming Day of Awami League president and prime minister Sheikh Hasina is being observed on Friday, reports UNB.On 17 May 1981, Sheikh Hasina returned home from India after nearly six years in exile following the assassination of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and most of his family members by a cabal of army officers on 15 August 1975.However, both the daughters of Sheikh Mujib — Sheikh Hasina and Sheikh Rehana — survived as they were in Germany at the time.Hasina was elected president of Awami League in her absence in the party’s national council held on 14-16 February 1981.Awami League and its associate bodies have chalked out various programmes, including milad, doamahfil and discussions, to mark the day.President Abdul Hamid issued a message on the occasion.