By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 10th January 2018
Phauktaw: A Rohingya fisherman was killed by armed Moghs (Rakhine) in a village of Phauktaw Township on 8th January 2018, reports a local.
A fishermen hailing from the Miyurkul (Sikiprang) village of Thandaw village track was on his way back home after his daily fishing in the nearby water bodies, whom was attacked by a gang of armed Moghs (Rakhine).
He was attacked and injured heavily with severe bleeding and was abandoned to be dead. Following the consequences he died and his dead body was rescued on 9th January 2018 by local villagers in their search since the day he was missing.
He left his home at 6:00 AM on 8th January 2018 with his hand net which he uses for earning his daily livelihood for his entire family. He is identified as Muhammed Amin S/O Noor Hussain, 37.
Killing of Rohingya fishermen is a common genocidal tool used by the abusive Burmese forces and extremist Moghs (Rakhines) since decades, where many Rohingya families are left in silent with tears and without justice.
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