By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 12th March 2018
Zero-Point: Burmese joint forces once again started heavy movement at no man area, with their heavy vehicles and large no. of joint forces on 9th March 2018, reported Rohingya sufferers.
Since 8:30 AM Burmese joint forces were seen at no man area and started heavy patrolling surrounding the wire fences.
After arriving they created heavy noises to threaten the Rohingya, whom are already lingering between life and death.
Earlier in 1st March joint forces illegally conducted gunfire in the area by invading the wire fence and created a fearful situation.
Nearly 6000 Rohingya are lingering in this no men land and is in need of immediate protection and humanitarian aid.
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