His popularity among Rohingya community and stance against all kinds of crimes and irregularities inside the refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar triggered the grisly murder of Mohib Ullah, said the charge sheet submitted after an eight-month investigation.
Life in Lambashia Rohingya camp in Ukhia appeared normal. People roaming here and there. Grocers busy with customers. Kids playing on the street. Youths gossiping and watching videos on their smartphones.
Fleeing a crackdown by the Myanmar military, 35-year-old Chubera Begum, along with her four children, arrived in Ukhiya from Rakhine State in August, 2017. She then found shelter in a tent at Balukhali camp, the largest refugee camp in the world.