Police Extorted money from Shopkeeper in Maungdaw
POLICE ARBITRARILY EXTORTED MONEY FROM A SHOPKEEPER IN MAUNGDAW UNDER FALSE PRETEXT, COMPLAINS A LOCAL.
By RVISION TV
Maungdaw – Police extorted money from a Rohingya shopkeeper in Ludaing Village Maungdaw, on the false pretext of using a mobile with Bangladeshi SIM card according to a reliable source.
The incident took place 19th june, at 2016 4:50 PM when the shopkeeper was sitting in his shop doing his daily work.
The victim is identified to be Hairul Amin, 30 S/O Yousuf Ali, who hails from South Ludaing Village, Maungdaw.
As the villagers are well aware of the evil intentions and deeds of the Burmese police, when Hairul saw police arriving he tried to flee in order to save himself from extortion and torture.
Unfortunately he was not successful in fleeing. On that circumstances police caught him and extorted 250,000 kyats.
Extortion of Money, torture and arbitrary arresting by Burmese police force became a part of schedule in innocent Rohingya lives. Where authorities are sat free with the government uniform in the progression of Rohingya GENOCIDE.
Edited by: Arifa
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