Biharis fight for recognition in Bangladesh's refugee camps

Bihari community who live in Bangladesh's crowded camps face discrimination since exit from India in 1947 partition.

    The minority Bihari community in Bangladesh have been living in squalid camps in the country for generations, yet face widespread discrimination.

    They are Muslim refugees who left India after the partition of 1947, afraid they would be caught in the ensuing riots.

    But authorities are now saying the Bihari should be evicted from these camps

    Al Jazeera's Tanvir Chowdhury reports from Dhaka.


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