Habibur Rahman Sohel, Naikhangchhari :
Myanmar is constructing bridges in the canal with zero-point border at Tambur border of Naikhongchanchi upazila. According to local residents, Rohingya settlers living in the zero-star zone and agricultural land will be submerged in Bangladesh during the monsoon season. On the afternoon of January 8, the law enforcement agencies and BGB activities have been increased in this area, said locals. Cox’s Bazar district administration has already brought the matter to the notice and told the Foreign Ministry about the matter. Locals said that the Khalati of the Konarpara area is known as the Tamura Canal in the zero-line border of the Tamhwa border. Myanmar has started construction of a bridge in the canal with a barbed wire inside Myanmar. This scene has been seen from two days since the people of border areas said that border areas Dil Mohamed, a Rohingya leader living in the zero-line, said that the Myanmar army is taking new strategies to move them from zero. Every day they are being threatened with firing. The army people are threatening differently during the night of the barbed wire. He said that the bridge is building new bridges to move them away. If the bridge is built, then in the monsoon season, the coastal areas of Kanrapar border inside Bangladesh will be submerged in agricultural land. As a result, four thousand Rohingya people who have taken shelter here will be forced to flee to Bangladesh. Representatives of Ghumdhum Union Rafiq Ahmed said the bridge was being built in public for two days. The locals will be severely damaged if the bridge over the canal. In the rainy season, if the canal water is obstructed, then the farmland and the entire area will be submerged in the hills. Locals have been scared about this. BGB-34 Battalion commander Lt. Col. Colonel Manjurul Hasan Khan said, “Myanmar authorities are constructing a bridge in Tamo canal inside their border. Why is this bridge being constructed, I do not know. We are monitoring the situation. If Bangladesh is affected due to the construction of the bridge, it will be protested. “They said that Myanmar could construct any structure within a distance of 50 yards from the zero-border border. There are contracts in this regard between the two countries. Cox’s Bazar Additional Deputy Commissioner SM Sarwar Kamal said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been informed about the construction of a bridge within Mymahan, in the Tamro Khal of Naikhongchhari border. Later, Deputy Commissioner of Cox’s Bazar Kamal Hossain said, they are intent on this, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has been informed about the construction of a bridge within Mymahan, in the Tamro Khal of Naikhangchhari border.