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Buthidaung: Rakhines’ Arson Attack Persist on Rohingya houses

Buthidaung: Rakhines’ Arson Attack Persist on Rohingya houses
November 09
13:38 2017

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 9th November, 2017

Buthidaung: Rahhine extremists (Moghs) torched 2 villages of Buthidaung consecutively on 7th and 8th November, 2017 reports our correspondents from different sources.

On 8th November, 2017  2 houses in Saufarang Village of Buthidaung Township were torched since 7 pm, where local villagers managed to extinguish the fire after a few hours of burning massively.

Earlier similar incidences took place in the village of Halhasarfara, Tami village track, where a set Border Guard Police (BGP) blazed 2 Rohingya houses. The owners were identified to be Moloi Muhamed Hussain and his younger brother.

Earlier on 5th November, 2017, fanatic mob arrested an innocent Rohingya named to be Nur Ahmed and was tortured inhumanely by kicking, beating and punching using their harsh weapons. After continuous torture of 3 days he was sentenced to Buthidaung jail on 8th November, 2017.

Daily arson attack on Rohingya villages and arbitrary imprisonment of Rohingyas are ascending day by day, where lives of the remaining Rohingyas are made intolerable to live in their own ancestral land.

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