Rohingya Farmer- Hit by Rakhine Motorcyclists- Suffers Severe Injuries
By Saeed & Sallam Oic Group ׀ Saturday, July 12, 2014
Kyauktaw- A Rohingya farmer has sustained severe injuries after he was wantonly smashed and sandwiched by two-extremist-Rakhine motorcyclists in Kyauktaw Township yesterday, according to local sources.
The Rohingya victim is reported to be 43-year-old Fareed Ahmed (son of) Maktul Hussein hails from Auk Paikthay hamlet of Paikthay village tract, Kyauktaw Township, Rakhine State.
“He is a farmer and was on his way back after harrowing his farm land. It was around 12PM yesterday (i.e. June 11) as he was waiting by a roadside due to the traffic. Meanwhile, all of a sudden, two Rakhine extremists appeared riding their respective motorcycles.
They started riding their bikes on high speed and wantonly smashed and sandwiched U Fareed Ahmed waiting by the roadside. Consequently, he suffered severe injuries on his hands, forehead, upper part of his neck below the chin and other parts of his body.
Then, the two extremists quickly fled with motorcycles. No investigation seems on its way” says eyewitness requesting not to be identified.
Rakhine State has become a lawless state. The somewhat existing law only protects Rakhine extremists and prevents local Rohingyas from defending for their lives and properties” he added.
Note: Paikthay village is originally known as Zaillya Fara and its hamlet Auk Paikthay as Raani Fara.
Rakhine State is formerly known as Arakan State.
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