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nnnnn a school gymnasium turn shelter for more than six hundred desperate men women and children rescued off the coast of indonesia after two months at sea authorities now moving the refugees to a larger shelter searching for any human smugglers in their midst many are the muslim rotina minority running from poverty and persecution in myanmar , thousands more are still adrift abandoned by smugglers who have nowhere to take them after a crackdown on trafficking in thailand reuters kinda pria kapoor visited the shelter they were detained in thai waters with insider plan but they were not allowed to get off the boat they had to stay on the boat with little food with little water , and some of them say they were beaten and %HESITATION and abuse if they dared to ask for food or water o. international agencies in fact have called for a coordinated search and rescue effort ought to get to these people of were stranded out at sea so far that appeal has been met with silence from regional governments some of which have a policy of pushing the boats back , thailand has been the top destination for opening a desperate to find work abroad but after police found dozens of grace at a smuggling camp earlier this month authorities have stepped up their efforts to stop the trade in people traffickers had been holding the refugees for ransom in remote jungle areas only escorting them across the border to largely muslim malaysia once families paid up , thailand says it's now considering official shelters for the migrants , the u. n. says if something isn't done the region will have a massive humanitarian crisis on its hands