Breaking News: Two Rohingya missing, another hamlet being Attacked in Kyun Pauk Pyu Zuu

ZYA
By June 27, 2017 18:15

Breaking News: Two Rohingya missing, another hamlet being Attacked in Kyun Pauk Pyu Zuu

Mosques vandalized and Holy Quran torn.

Mosques vandalized and Holy Quran torn.

Northern Maungdaw: In the violent attack and raid conducted by the military and BGP in collaboration with Rakhines on Botali Hamlet of Kyun Pauk Pyu Zuu Village Track, Northern Maungdaw yesterday on Eid Day, two men are missing and several others severely injured.

The missing men are identified as Abu Salam, son of Abdul Majid, 50 and Abu Siddique, son of Keramot Ali, 65, from Botali Hamlet (1). There were total 20 persons missing, but 18 of them returned home in the evening with injuries.

They are still missing, while the villagers have traced a location in the mountain with blood and so, they are worried about the fate of the two victims.

Today (on 27/06/2017), since morning another hamlet called Pa Li Pyin has been under siege, attack and raid by military, BGP and Rakhine extremists. In the morning, some villagers have fled to neighboring village, but currently they have besieged the hamlet from every sides.

All the villagers are forced to gather at a place vacating their homes, while the Rakhines are looting them, moving all the valuables, destroying them and vandalizing sacred sites and things.

Normally these villages were stable even in post-2012 period and 9/10 operations, but the local authorities and Rakines were extremely trying to destabilize.

Finally exploiting the disputes between four Rakhines on 24/6/2017, the armed authorities and Rakhines have started violent attack afresh on Rohingya villages one by one.

For a couple of hours, we have been losing our contact at the region, as the village is under siege and being attacked.

Video: Villagers are being chased by armed forces while Rakhines are looting their homes in Pa Li Pyin and Botali.

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