A Rohingya refugee boy in Bangladesh was injured in a motorcycle accident in Bangladesh, said an eyewitness
By Mohd Kasim
Cox’s Bazaar — A Rohingya refugee boy with a motorcycle accident on his way back from his school at a school in Nilah Area, Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh, around 12:30PM yesterday (i.e. March 22, 2016).
“A reckless local Bangladeshi motorcyclist hit him and left the place abandoning him in severely injured condition. He didn’t help him admit to hospital either,” said an eyewitness.
The victim has been identified to be Nurul Amin (son of) Shah Alam, 10, from Block-B at ‘Naya Para’ Registered Refugee Camps under Teknaf Area, Cox’s Bazaar district.
The victim been admitted to Nilah hospital by his relatives after raising some donations from other refugees. This morning, he was discharged from the hospital and is said to be doing well.
The Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh, registered or unregistered, are subjected to gross human rights violations, frequently face attacks from the local gangsters and their women often get raped by the local hooligans.
[Edited by M.S. Anwar]
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