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Kyauktaw: Rakhines killed A Rohingya, Another Found Dead

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 3rd September 2018

Kyauktaw: A Rohingya men were killed by extremist Moghs (Rakhines) and another Rohingya was found dead in two separate incidents at different village tracts of Kyauktaw Township yesterday (2nd September 2018), reports sources.

A group of extremists Moghs (Rakhine) killed a Rohingya man named to be Azizul, 45 hailing from ChaungChan village tract in the morning time.

A Rohingya man named to be Azizul, 45 from ChaungChan village tract killed by Rakhines on 2nd September 2018. Image: Social Media

Initially, he went to buy a cow and following an argument between Rohingya and Mogh he was beaten inhumanely by Moghs and was injured critically.

Following the situation, other nearby Rohingya were carrying him to the hospital, where he died on the way itself.

Victim Azizul,45 died of his way to Hospital, who was inhumanely beaten by Rakhines on 2nd September 2018. Image: Social Media

Earlier since 30th August, a Rohingya youth was missing from Foida village of SinOChaing Village tract, since he left home that evening in search of money for his sick mother.

Later on 2nd September at afternoon, his corpse was found on the shores of Afok at DonnkanChaung Village track. The dead youth was identified to be Ashabuddin S/O Abdu Sobir,25.

Several injuries were observed on his body and locals believe that it must be Rakhine, who usually kills Rohingya in this inhumane manner. But until now, no clue of the murderer was found.

A Rohingya youth named Ashabuddin S/O Abdu Sobir, 25 from Foida village of SinOChaing Village tract in Kyauktaw Township found dead on shores of Afok area on 2nd September 2018. Image: Social Media

After confiscating several acres of Rohingya’s land in Kyauktaw Township no. of Rohingya villages decreased drastically since the state-sponsored violence of 2012.

The remaining Rohingya villagers in Kyauktaw Township since then are in immediate need of security and banning of almost all means of livelihood have made their situation more vulnerable.

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