By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 6th September 2018
The protest was organized by a grass root organization named Voice of Rohingya. In the protest victims’ families were also seen along with common Rohingya and they demanded their immediate release and press freedom in Burma.
“We are here to for the release Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe OO, they worked for the justice of our families, whom Burmese forces killed in Andang,” replies a victim’s family member, when asked about their purpose of protest.
In the crackdown last year on Rohingya, several mass graves were discovered in northern Arakan State and among them, REUTERS carried an investigation on a mass graves of 10 Rohingya at Andang (Inn Dinn) village in Maungdaw Township. Earlier those 10 Rohingya were executed by Burmese brutal military and their corpses were abandoned in a mass grave.
The report was released in February 2017, and after the completion of working on the report in December both the journalists were trapped and arrested by Burmese police.
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The two REUTERS journalist was sentenced to 7 years imprisonment in a Burmese court by accusing them of violating a secret colonial law on 3rd September.
Immediate it outraged the whole media world and human right activists against this injustice act of Burmese government. And now Rohingya in camps also joined hands with them to do their part of work for Justice and Media freedom.
[Rohingya at Tenghali in Protest to Release REUTERS Journalist Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo]
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