Mohammed Hassun, who is a dump was trying to tell how he was tortured while in Myanmar. There is no language in the face of this handicap, but wants to inform the camera’s Lens why they had fled from Myanmar.
Shahida Win, also revealed the story of the Rohingya life of the camp through her photo.Through they want to tell the world their hardships, and want to return to their homeland.
pictures of 10 Rohingya photographers like Shahida and Hasun have come up in the photo exhibition named Ara Rohingya, jointly organized by UNHCR and art club of coxsvazar at Cox’s Bazar Cultural Center. They are also telling the world how much they want to go and live in their motherland safely through the picture.
Regina Portilla, a UNHCR communication officer said that the event was organized to highlight the life and situation of the Rohingya refugees’ lives, at the same time the moment of 1971 when the Bengalis were being refugees.
Tanbir sarwar rana,president of the art club coxsbazar said that the exhibition was scheduled to end on the 16 th instead of 14th september.
In addition to 50 pictures of Rohingyas, there are 10 pictures of Bangladesh during the War of Liberation. The organizers also said that such arrangements would be made for the locals later.