By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 2nd November, 2017
Maungdaw: Military designed starvation left 10 Rohingyas dead on the trapped sea shores and beaches on different borderline area of Maungdaw Township on 1st November, 2017, reports suffering victims from different areas.
An estimated no of 12, 700 Rohingyas from different evacuated villages of Buthidaung Township have been trapped for more than 28 days on the beach of Pa Yaungbin Gyi village of Maungdaw. “We have been trapped here for almost 28 days without food and drink, where 10 people lost their lives fighting with starvation and more are expected to die soon, if not rescued immediately” explains a victim in a phone call interview.
This mass no. of Rohingyas hailing from Buthidaung, have tackled severe hardships to reach these shores, with a hope of crossing over to Bangladesh, escaping horrific threats and unbeatable fire in the region.
Moreover “We are not able to receive any form of help from the nearby local villager’s as they were stopped by the Burmese Authorities to kill us in mass no. with mounting starvation” Says another youth in the conversation held over the phone.
According to local villagers there, they were hardly restricted to help the trapped people in the beach and were ordered not to go there for any humanitarian cause.
Trapped people on the beach also reported of other places like Aley Than Zaw, Nakkondia and Ma Gyi Chaung, where a mass no. of people are trapped to cross over to Bangladesh and are in need of emergency relief.
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