Massive refugee camp blaze was ‘planned sabotage’ – investigators
At least 12,000 people were left without shelter following the inferno in Bangladesh
A fire which left thousands of Rohingya people homeless earlier this month at the world’s largest refugee camp in Bangladesh was a “planned act of sabotage” orchestrated by a criminal gang seeking control of the facility, a panel investigating the blaze has said.
An investigation has determined that the fire began at several locations in the camp simultaneously, according to government official Abu Sufian, who is heading a seven-member team probing the incident.
“At least five places caught fire within a short period of time,” Safian told Reuters…