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Desperate Tales of Rohingya Expelled from Villages

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 8th February 2018

Maungdaw: Nearly Hundreds of Rohingya from remaining villages of Rathedaung and Buthidaung have been forced out of their villages towards Bangladesh border consecutively on 5th and 6th February, 2018 reports victims.

On 6th February 55 Rohingya from Anaprang village of Rathedaung were seen on the beach of Donghali, Maungdaw. They were wiped out of their village by Burmese military and extremist Moghs (Rakhines), whom blockaded them since late 2017.

Now in desperate situation they are waiting since 12-15 days to reach the shores of Bangladesh, without food and drink. All of the 55 Rohingya are lingering heavily without any humanitarian assistance and urged international aid organizations along with responsible individuals to raise their hands towards them.

“We are here for almost 15 days and we want to cross towards Bangladesh as soon as possible. Since months we waited in our village with the hope of ceasing this ongoing military persecution on us, but its intolerable now” explain a victim while waiting .

Similarly another bunch of Rohingya from different villages of Buthidaung were also seen on the beach of Donghali, Maungdaw. After queries conducted by Rohingya Vision TV it was confirmed that they were also expelled out of their villages by the authorities’ inhumane persecution at the level of intolerance.

More than 800,000 Rohingya have already taken refuge in ghettos of Bangladesh, where dramatic repatriation talks are held in the ongoing exodus of Rohingya towards Bangladesh.

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