In 1947, The Rohingya conflict started between the state of Burma and the Rohingya Muslim minorities. Approximately 800,000 Rohingya Muslims live in Myanmar, with around 80 ? in the state of Rakhine. Most of them have been poked citizenship by the Burmese government. In 2012, clashes between Rohingya and Buddhist nationalists led to scores of deaths. So, many of them fled away to Bangladesh, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand. Around 200,000 Rohingya have been spending their lives in camps in Rakhine since the 2012 clash. Approximately 700,000 Rohingya people have reportedly fled to Bangladesh since 25 August 2017. It is critical for any other state to bear such serious issues. When refuges come in huge numbers in any country, it will face so many problems, like food security, living standards, distribution of resources and so on. On 23 November 2017, Bangladesh and Myanmar arranged a table talk regarding Rohingya refugees. According to an agreement, Myanmar will take back 300 refugees every day. about 1500 Rohingya will return in a week. I will conclude here. It is a great lesson for Pakistan to take such serious steps towards Afghan refuges. According to the United Nations report, 1.3 billion Afghan refugees came to Pakistan because of war and terro. How can we distribute of resources? Otherwise, you should give them citizenship.