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Important that the administrative authority in position, particularly at the local level, enjoys the confidence of the returnees. Many returnees often face land and property disputes on return. While judicial and administrative interventions often become necessary, informal arrangements are much more effective and quick. 116 However, it must be recognized that in many refugee situations, settlement of dispute relating to land and property is the most important issue for voluntary repatriation. For Chakma refugees in India getting back land rights in the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh remains the most important issue to be resolved for voluntary repatriation.

I, p. 738. 38 Dr. Nafees Ahmad, Religion And Law Review, Vol. XXIII, No. 2 (2014) ISSN 0971-3212 pp. 37-118. report stated that two matters were of utmost importance: urgent relief measures and the promotion of voluntary repatriation. The assistance programme ran from May 1971 to February 1972. It directly involved UNICEF, WHO, FAO and WFP to co-ordinate fund-raising and assistance activities. The High Commissioner for Refugees was entrusted with the work of liaison with the Government of India and the governments, which contributed to the relief efforts in cash and kind.

N. Convention relating to the Status of the Refugees and the 1967 Protocol. N. members are parties to the instrument. No South Asian country has acceded to these international instruments. This combined with the fact that there is no regional instrument on refugees in South Asia, makes the picture even more dismal. In South Asia, no effort has been made for a regional consensus on this issue. Nor has any South Asian country adopted a domestic law on refugees or asylum. African states developed a regional convention on refugees in 1969, while Central American countries adopted a non-binding regional instrument called the Cartagena Declaration in 1984.

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