Barbed wire fences will be erected around Kutupalong camp in Ukhiya and Nayapara camp in Teknaf in first phase, says Army Chief
Chief of Army Staff General Aziz Ahmed on Sunday said the government has approved the construction of 287-km roads along the Bangladesh-Myanmar border.
The Bangladesh Army Chief was addressing a programme on occasion of endorsing regimental colour to 6 Engineer Battalion of Field Regiment Artillery of the 10th Infantry Division at Ramu Cantonment in Cox's Bazar.
General Aziz Ahmed said, "The process has already been started to erect barbed wire fences around the Rohingya camps set up in Ukhiya and Teknaf upazilas of Cox's Bazar".
In the first phase, barbed wire fences will be erected around Kutupalong camp in Ukhiya and Nayapara camp in Teknaf, he added.
Major General Main Ullah Chowdhory, awc, psc, the General Officer Commanding of the 10th infantry division, member of parliamentary standing committee on Information Ministry Saimum Sarwar Komol, Cox's Bazar-2 MP Ashek Ullah
Rafique, MP Zafar Alam, Air Commodore Muhammad Shafkat Ali and other high officials were present at the ceremony.