Myanmar receives back first 62 returnees from Bangladesh: gov't

Myanmar has received first 62 returnees through Nga Khu Ya reception camp in Rakhine state, who had fled to Bangladesh due to the Rakhine conflict, according to a statement from the State Counselor's Office Sunday. The returnees include 58 persons pardoned by the President and four lifted from prosecution. They had first returned by their own arrangement, ignoring the official procedure, and they had been arrested by the Myanmar authorities earlier. However, pardoned by the president, they were brought to the reception camp on Saturday. In accordance with the Myanmar-Bangladesh agreement, those returnees will be transferred to the Hla Pho Khaung transit camp in Maungtaw after proper verification, the statement said. ...........

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