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Rohingya’s Movement Disrupted for NVC Inquires in Maungdaw

By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 11th December 2018

Maungdaw: Remaining Rohingya’s movement and livelihood activities in Arakan (Rakhine) Township have been further restricted by the Burmese Border Guard Police (BGP) for not holding the illegal National Verification Card (NVC), reports a local source.

Remaining Rohingya from Mangala and Ferafuru Village of Maungdaw Township were restricted to cross the river to the Kyaw Ley Gya market for not holding the NVC since 20th of the last month.

Most of the people who travel to the Kyaw Ley Gya market usually goes to sell their vegetables, fish, chicken, etc. as a part of their livelihood activity.

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Besides NVC, the BGPs also demanded travel permits as well just to cross a river.

These situations have further disrupted their daily livelihood activity and even in case of emergency Rohingya have to think twice to travel.

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In many cases, reports of money extortion were reported from the locals. They said they were harassed for not having the NVC and were forced to pay money to the BGPs as well.

Since late 2016, Burmese armed forces brutal campaign expelled nearly 1.3 million Rohingya out from their homes to the apartheid makeshift camps of Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh. Now, remaining are tortured and harassed as well to complete their Genocidal Project on Rohingya.

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