Cox & # 39; s Bazar: Cox & # 39; s Bazar district administration decided to give 12 lakh Rohingya & # 39; s to the sacrificial animals, often in a shelter in Ukhia and Teknaf. With this aim, the goals of the cattle that are needed by donor and service agencies are also determined. But because of the low supply, the administration was unable to give meat to all Rohingya & # 39; s on the first day of Eid.
According to the source, at least 12 thousand animals are required for the 1,095,000 Rohingya families living in Rakhine. But roads and traffic congestion on roads, and for various reasons, donors and maintenance services could not afford all the animals.
Ukakhia Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Mohammad Nikarujaman said that 2600 cattle and 20 goats were slaughtered for Rohingya & # 39; s on the first day of Eid. In addition, 70 cows were given to local people affected by Rohingyas.
He also said that all people in camp Kutupalong 5, 6 and 17 received the sacrifice of the sacrifice. In addition, meat in camps 3 and 4 is 50 percent from Rohingya & # 39; s. Meal is spread over a few Rohingya & # 39; s, including campus 29. Meat is distributed on Thursday and Friday, among other things.
Teknaf Upazila Nirbahi Officer (UNO) Rabiul Hasan told banglanews that 7 Rohingya camps are in permanent and temporary accommodation in Teknaf. 500 cattle and 300 goats were slaughtered here on the first day. Everyone here has meat. On Thursday there will be raw meat packages. They will be divided among them.
At least 60 percent of the Rohingya & # 39; s did not receive the offense due to lack of supply based on demand.
Nur Jahan Begum, an e-block resident of Midchurra Rohingya camp, said: "We have come here with the help of Rakhine." Our family would sacrifice it there. But there is no power here. With this year I could not eat the meat off for two years.
Abu Taher, the Rohingya youth of the Baluchali camp, said that many of our camps have meat and many have not received it.
Damage Rohingya camp Rezaul Karim said that at least 10/12 thousand large cows are needed for each Rohingya family, but even after they have given 2 kg of meat. But NGOs and donor agencies could not make their livelihoods available on time. In addition to being small cows, the Rohingya & # 39; s struggle to spread meat.
Deputy Commissioner of Cox. Kamal Hossain said that about 4000 cows and 500 goats were distributed on the first day of the sacrifice under Rohingya and the local population. Thousands of animals are slaughtered on Thursday. On Friday 10 thousand 700 packages are distributed over Rohingya & # 39; s, including meat, onions, rice and legumes.
In addition, different bodies bring more animals with them. They are still on the road because of various problems. All families will be provided with sacrificial meat.
Bangladesh time: 0245 hours, 22 August 018
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