The government has formed a national committee to coordinate and manage overall activities, including controlling law and order, of the forcibly displaced Myanmar-nationals in the camp areas of Bangladesh.
The Cabinet Division has formed a 17-member committee for coordinating, managing and maintaining law and order of Rohingyas by publishing a gazette where the home minister has been made its convener.
The foreign minister, state minister for Disaster Management and Relief and state minister for Women and Children Affairs have been included in the committee.
The committee members also include the cabinet secretary, principal secretary to the prime minister, principal staff officer of the armed forces, secretary of the public security division, foreign affairs secretary and secretaries of the security service division, and disaster management and relief.
The inspector general of police, director general of NGO Affairs Bureau, Directorate General of Forces Intelligence (DGFI), Director General of National Security Intelligence (NSI), divisional commissioner of Chattogram and Refugee, Relief and Repatriation Commissioner (RRRC) are also the members of the committee.