Military and Buddhist Extremists Conspire to hinder Ex-UN Secretary’s Arrival in Arakan  

By Shuaib September 5, 2016 17:02

Military and Buddhist Extremists Conspire to hinder Ex-UN Secretary’s Arrival in Arakan  

Sittwe (Akyab) – Military forces and the Buddhist extremists are conspiring to create clash with the Rohingya people again in order to hinder Ex-Un Secretary Kofi Annan’s arrival to Sittwe in Arakan, said the terrifying local Rohingya.

A few days ago, some military forces along with Buddhist extremists came to the Thae Chaung Rohingya village unexpectedly and started thrashing the innocent people found in the streets, roads and bazar without any reason. Form that day with the instruction of elders, the notorious young Buddhists have been running to and fro so that they can find a chance to raise a terrible violence.

Now the military forces are not allowing the doctors and NGOs to enter into the places where IDPs are living so that Rohingya patients will die without getting any medical aids and foods.

In rural sub-clinics established for IDPs, there are so many patients including children suffering from lack of nutrient but now they are not getting any treatment due to the military forces who work in favour of quarrelsome and envious Moghs.

According to Rohingya, military forces are misconducting with them in the hope of raising voice against their ill-treatment for which Buddhist extremists will get a chance to create a clash which will be a hindrance to Kofi Annan commission’s arrival in Arakan.

Edited by: M. Shuaib

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