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By Rohingya Vision TV

Zero-point: Due to Heavy rain since 5th September 2019, flooded hundreds of Rohingyas’ shelters at No Man’s Land between the border of Burma and Bangladesh reports from zero-point.

Hundreds of Rohingyas’ shelters are affected by sever rain and heavy winds at No Man’s Land between the border of Burma and Bangladesh as well as in makeshift camps in Cox’s Bazar. Last few days no Rohingya at zero-point could live in their camps due to flood except those who are on the hills.

Heavy Flooding at Zero-Point

No causality were reported due to flooding but people are in desperate situation due to clean water and food supplies. According to the witness most of the Rohingya shelter are flooded with water and they are not able to cook or sleep. Though rain has ceased right now but water not recede yet.

“No Aid organisation are here at Zero-point to support heavy rain effected people beside The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), the agency have been working with relief at zero-point”

A victim from zero-point said to RVision.

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