Another batch of 1,758 Rohingyas are going to Bhasan Char from camps in Ukhiya and Teknaf of Cox's Bazar, in the fifth phase of the relocation process.
The Rohingyas along with their goods in covered vans started a journey for Chattogram on 34 buses from the camps on Wednesday at noon, according to sources.
Earlier on, 2,257 Rogingya people reached Noakhali's Bhasan Char in the fifth phase.
They reached Bhasanchar between 1pm and 2pm on Wednesday, said Mohammad Mahe Alam, officer-in-charge of Bhasanchar Police Station.
Six vessels of the Bangladesh Navy left the Chattogram Boat Club around 10 am on Wednesday carrying the Rohingyas, said Mohammad Shamsu Douza, the government's additional commissioner of refugee, relief and repatriation.
Earlier, they were transported by bus to Chattogram from Ukhia Degree College located in Cox's Bazar in several phases on Tuesday.
According to the Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commissioner office in Cox's Bazar, 9,540 Rohingyas have been relocated to Bhasan Char from the Cox's Bazar camp in four phases until 15 February. In the first phase, 1,642 Rohingyas voluntarily went to Bhasan Char on 4 December. Then on 29 December, 1,805 Rohingyas went to Bhasan Char in the second phase. In the third phase, 3,200 Rohingyas were transferred to Bhasan Char on 28 and 29 January. In the fourth phase, 2,014 Rohingyas on 14 February and 879 Rohingyas on 15 February left the temporary transit camp of Ukhiya College for Bhasan Char.