By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 28th September 2018
Zero – point: Rohingya trapped at zero-point once again demanded their safety, security and dignified return in an interview with multiple media through the wired fence today (28th Sept), reports a local.
In the media interview, a Rohingya representative named Dil Muhammed from the area explained the ongoing harsh situation in this monsoon season.
In his answer about the Burma’s recommendation to International Criminal Court (ICC), he said “Burmese army killed thousands of innocent Rohingya and their families are awaiting justice for their killed family members and relatives”
“Burma must be taken to ICC, we want justice from ICC,” he further added in his answer.
Read more on the trapped Rohingay at Zero-point:
When reporters asked him about their return to Arakan (Rakhine), he answered “we cannot go back to our homes now and still its not safe for us, we need sustainable and permanent solutions”.
He said now their humanitarian situation
The health condition of the trapped Rohingya are worsening and especially pregnant women and children are at high risk of death.
Since late 2017, more than 6000 Rohingya are trapped in no man’s land and nearly 800, 000 are suffering in makeshift camps of Cox’sbazar following a pre-planned genocidal attack by Burmese military.
[Rohingya interviewed by different media at zero-point today (28th Sept 2018). Image: RVISION TV]
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