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Authorities Forcefully Extracted Signatures over Looting Rohingya’s Cattles

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 3rd January 2018

Buthidaung: Burmese Authorities forcefully extracted signatures from 2 Rohingyas on a document claiming their cattles to be sold legally, which were looted from them earlier.

On 27th December 2017, 15 buffaloes were looted from villages of Tami in Buthidaung by the Authorities. Later they returned half of the looted cattles and for the other half they called the owners to a monestary to collect.

Earlier authorities called 2 other Rohingyas in the same monestary and were tortured and buried alive, which local eye witnessed. In fear of the same consequences 2 of the ownees refused to go to the monestary and as they denied aurhorities forcefully took their signatures on documents claiming the cattles to be sold to the authoritues legally.

“We had to give signatures forcefully because if we didn’ t do so we would have been killed by them” explains a victim.

Recently Buthidaung Township became a looting zone for the Barbaric authorities and Moghs (Rakhines), where such terrific incidences are common crime scene there.

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