Massive fire broke out in Southeast Delhi’s Rohingya refugee camp late night yesterday. The camp had housed 55 Rohingyan families in shanties made of plastic sheets. All belongings of the survivors including identification documents were obliterated in the fire. This camp was also burnt in a similar manner in April 2018. Officials claim that the fire broke out due to a short circuit blaze. However, survivors claim that people associated with the Sangh Parivaar set the camp on fire. People associated with Sangh Parivaar had been regularly visiting the camp to harass and threaten the refugees. National president of Fraternity Movement Shamseer Ibrahim visited the burnt campsite to mark the solidarity of Fraternity Movement with the Rohingyan refugees. Fraternity Movement demands the culprits to be punished for inhumanely burning the shanties of refugees.