Although the plan was announced in September, however, the French officials have taken months of planning and preparations to execute the plan of action without afflicting harm due to a large number of refugees occupying the camp. And the completion of the plan will probably take around six to seven days. This crisis may also be seen as the consequence of the massive migrant influx in the Europe since past year. Most of the refugees have flown from war affected states including Syria, Entre, North Africa and Afghanistan. According to the officials, some of the migrants will be relocated, while others will be deported.
In terms of the repercussions of the French action, scores of migrants have been evicted from the French camp. The operation involves the use of electric saws and other types of equipment to disassemble or destroy the shelter of the refugees and to remove the debris. Similarly, French police has deployed a large number of troops to completely vacate the camp. The migrants have been moved or sent to camps in other parts of the France. Moreover, the decision to dismantle the camp is seen or considered as the end or migrants hopes of going to the UK.