Nawal Ali Watali
I recently visited a Rohingya refugee camp in New Delhi's Kanchan Kunj area. The only proof of identity they have is a card provided by the UNHCR, which also looks into their grievances and immediate needs.
I was exposed to the reality of these people who have been living in a limbo; where the old are still hoping to repatriate and the young are looking forward to their lives in a new country. Most families are separated due this dichotomy. In most cases it is the submissive mothers who suffer, as they have to choose between their children and husbands.