By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 18th January 2019
Buthidaung: Five houses were torched to ashes by the Burmese military and Border Guard Police (BGP) in a village of Buthidaung Township on 16th January 2019, reports a local.
In Paung Taw Pyin village of Nga Yant Chaung village tract, Buthidaung north, five Rohingya houses
On the same day, another village in Tauungbazaar of norther Buthidaung was set to fire by a group of drunk military and police.
Read more on recent fire incident
Since August 2017, the remaining Rohingya are under tremendous restrictions, where their movement is highly controlled, along with halting all forms of livelihoods.
Moreover in this winter, Rohingya are facing food and warm clothes’ scarcity as hardly any INGO’s are allowed to do any type of aid activities.
Rohingyas are completely in trapped situation and their health and living conditions are becoming poorer day by day.
Since the exodus of Rohingya in 2016, remaining Rohingyas are totally exhausted with brutal military’s unjust activities on daily basis. And coming days seems to be harder due to the ongoing clashes of the Burmese military and Arakan army (AA).
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