Thunder left Rohingyas Injured and dead in both Bangladesh and Maungdaw

Arifa
By June 9, 2017 13:07

Thunder left Rohingyas Injured and dead in both Bangladesh and Maungdaw

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By RVision TV | 9th June 2017

Cosx Bazar: Thunder in recent harsh weather condition have left 7 Rohingyas injured and one dead in Kutu Palong, Noiya Para Refugees camp in Bangladesh on 7th June 2017.

The deadly incidence took place when thunder strike the region along with heavy wind and rain at 5:30 PM, where these Rohingyas was walking in the camps. Later after getting injured by the thunder, one of the critically injured Rohingya died for not getting immediate health care.

Moreover other victim fear the same as they haven’t received any forms of treatment in the apartheid camps, where more then  7,0000 are living inhuman lives.

Harsh weather condition since the Cyclone Mora have affected the entire Refugee camp, where most of the houses were destroyed in Cyclone, leaving them in misery and limbo.

In Another separate incidence a young boy, Muhammad Sadek (15) S/O Roshi Dulla died at 3:10 PM on the same day after thunder strike him in Hlay Aing tract of Nga Sar Kyue(Naisa furu) village of northern Maungdaw, Arakan State.

[Edited by:Arifa]

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