By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 11th November, 2017
Arakan: Moghs (Rakhines) in continuation of their firestorm on Rohingya houses burnt 2 more Rohingya villages in Buthidaung and Tongbru consecutively from 10th – 11th November, 2017, reports local sources.
Today since early morning at 6:20 AM Moghs (Rakhines) under the watch of government authorities started to torch down Rohingya houses in Keppuru Daung (Kyaut Phyu Daung) village of Buthidaung, which was also under fire on 9th November, 2017. Immediately after the fire broke out in the region, a huge no. of military was seen towards the region, leaving the remaining villagers in extreme fear of their lives.
Earlier on 10th November, 2017 fanatic Moghs (Rakhines) again starter to blaze Uttorfara village of Zero point area in Tongbru Sub-Township in the daylight with the channels provide by the Authorities.
Ascending of persecution in the whole northern Arakan (Rakhine) have pushed most of the Rohingyas towards the beaches and sea shores of Maungdaw, where an estimated no. of 100, 00 Rohingyas are seen to be in queue of crossing over to Bangladesh.
“Most the people waiting here are very poor and they do not have any money or property to give to the boatman, and they were forced to evacuate their villages by massive fire and threat so they cannot return to their homes as well” says a Rohingya from the waiting list.
Rohingyas in the trapped situation are extremely suffering heavily with lack of food and clean water. To escape such hardships many tried to return to their villages but were stopped by the security forces on their way back. Later they were harassed, looted and tortured inhumanely.
“Military tortured 3 Rohingya youths yesterday who tried to go back to their villages in search of some food. Due to the assaults, they are critically injured and needs immediate medical assistance” says a member from one of the victim’s family.
“Fire and Fierce” have become a new slogan for the abusive Burmese government, which is seen to be implemented very heavily in Rohingyas’ regions and on their lives.
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