Graves of Rohingya to be mines of Titanium in Maungdaw

ZYA
By August 30, 2017 17:18

Graves of Rohingya to be mines of Titanium in Maungdaw

The southern Maungdaw beach near Done Paik village, where the Black Sand found. Photo: RFA/Min Thein Aung

The southern Maungdaw beach near Done Paik village, where the Black Sand found. Photo: RFA/Min Thein Aung

Another motive beyond destabilization of northern Arakan state is uncovered. New discovery of chemical elements in the coast of Maungdaw is the secret that makes tens of thousands of Rohingya lives so ‘cheap’. Unfortunately, the location is where the Rohingya majority lives and it became the racing ground of some big powers like China and India, and on the other side, local desirous of Arakanese natural resources, military generals and their allies ANP leaders.

As its mining requires total evacuation of the region in order to advantage properly, the most suitable way to do so is to prey Rohingya under a smart pretext so that there might be two targets in a single bullet: kink the man and own the land. The rhetoric of terrorism suits best as it can be acceptable globally while the world is suffering from terrorism.

Burmese plan has paid off as this accusation of terrorism has already covered up Rohingya’s seven decades old aggression by Burma. As if the label of ‘the most persecuted minority of the world’ is relabeled with its opposite.

In the coast of Maungdaw especially the southern beaches, a rare soil is found recently that contains aluminum and titanium, and is being tested by the Gold Finder Company, according to RFA that quoted Aung Than Tin, the Arakan State Minister of Forestry and Mining as saying such.

The source added that the Gold Finder has been testing the black sands discovered there since last November and found that in every 500 ton of sands, there may be one ton of aluminum and titanium.

Titanium is a precious chemical element, resistant to corrosion in sea water, aqua regia, and chlorine, which is used in plane engines, rockets and space crafts.

The current massacre recalls the Shwe Gas Project of Kyauk Phyu by China and the Arakan Port Project of Sittwe by India. In 2012 the shareholders of the former triggered an anti-Rohingya violence and bloodshed by victimizing Ma Thid Dar Htwe. Amid preoccupation of the both communities in the riots, the project was completed. Similarly, in Sittwe the ‘Kaladan Multimodal Transit Transport Project’ sent more than a hundred thousand to the concentration camps.

Arakan state is very rich with natural resources.

Rohingya being forced to flee

Rohingya being forced to flee

 

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