By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 20th March 2018
Cox’sBazar: Rohingya sheltering in makeshift camps of Bangladesh have demonstrated to use their own language and demanded justice from International Criminal Court (ICC) for the ongoing Genocide on Rohingya since 25th August 2017.
Rohingya sheltering in make shift camps of Bangladesh have organized a demonstration on 17th March 2018 since early morning. In their demonstration they displayed different banners written in Rohingya language.
Rohingya from elderly to children participated in the demonstration and demanded justice from ICC for mass killings, gang rapes and other inhuman atrocities committed by the Burmese forces since 25th August 2017.
In demonstration one of the community representative named Saifullah explained “We want justice from ICC for the killings of our brothers and raping of our sisters”.
He further added “We Rohingya have a unique language like other nations and we want to educate our nation with our own language, which will be soon available on Unicode .”
[Rohingya hold banners written in Rohingya language on 17th March 2018]
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More than 800,000 Rohingya are sheltering in several makeshift camps of Bangladesh and are awaiting justice from international bodies like ICC, UN and other responsible organizations for the genocide committed by the Burmese Regime under Aung San Suu Kyi’s government.
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