BGP Started Men-Hunt on Rohingya Youths

Arifa
By December 6, 2017 13:25

BGP Started Men-Hunt on Rohingya Youths

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 6th December 2017

Buthidaung: Border Guard Police along the information provided by the sycophants started a men hunt on Rohingya youths in Mingusi (Myi Gaung Sey) village track of Buthidaung Township on 4th November 2017, reports locals.

A set of military arrived at 12 PM And started to look for 6 youths, whom were listed down by the sycophant named to be Hamid. Hearing their arrival all the youths ran in fear of their lives and saved themselves from being arrested.

After a heavy patrolling all over the region they called all the youths fathers to their camps and demanded to get their sons along with the family members. Among the six fathers only one went to their camps and showed all the proper documents and others did not go as they know they will arrested by deceiving in this way. Earlier sycophant demanded 400, 000 Kyats from each family and provided their information to the brutal forces when they could not pay him.

In their patrolling all over the village they arrested a religious teacher named to be Atiqur Rahman S/O Muzaffar Hussain at 1 PM and accused him of being connected with armed groups and in the same way his innocent brother was also arrested and declared him as terrorist for no valid reason.
Rohingya youths are being targeted all over the Arakan (Rakhine) where separate census is being conducted on Rohingya youths below 18 and it indicates to more mass arrests and atrocities in the region.

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