Rohingya Vision English News 24 October 2016
The Burmese Border Guard Police (BGP) uprooted an entire Rohingya hamlet at Kyi Kan Pyin village also known as Hawar Bil in Maungdaw. It’s the Middle Hamlet that comprises around 300 households with over 2,000 people, and is the biggest hamlet in the village. The locals were expelled from their homes by the BGP yesterday. The authorities did not provide them any homes to stay in, after forcing them to leave, from their original homes some people fled to the neighborhoods without knowing where to stay and where to eat.
Meanwhile, some people are staying in the open fields during this heavy monsoon season.
At around 11 AM yesterday, the military along with special police, while raiding Ludaing (Du Den) village, looted many shops.
From 3 shops alone, they looted 50 000, 70 000 and 100 000 kyats respectively; and moved towards the central Mosque (Morkoz) and vandalized the religious structure.
The Burmese Military has been subjecting the local Rohingyas to Forced labour in northern Maungdaw since October 9. Each and every Rohingya village in the region has to provide 60 to 70 people daily to the Military for forced labouring.
The military force them, to work in their camps and during their operations from early morning to late evening they are treat brutally.
1 PM Myanmar Time today, the Burmese military and Rakhine (Magh) extremist have been raiding Rohingya village Oo Chi Chia also called Bura Shidda Fara once again — since the morning.
They have been plundering homes; and ruthlessly torturing women and children.
Edited by Arifa
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