By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 25th September 2018
Buthidaung: Two Moghs (Rakhines) brutally murdered a Rohingya in a village tract of Buthidaung Township on 23rd September 2018 and Gov’t forces are trying to shield the murderers, reports a local.
A Rohingya shop owner hailing from Keprodong (Kyaw Phu Taung) village of northern Buthidaung was mercilessly decapitated by two extremist Rakhines at around 9:30 PM, while returning his home.
The victim was identified to be Muhammed Hussain S/O Abdu Rahman who owns a
The two murderers were identified to be hailing from ward four and later were arrested by Border Guard Police (BGP) of battalion no.13.
Even after catching them red-handed, BGP’s are still trying to shield them and accuse local villagers as his murderers.
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This situation has further tightened up Rohingya’s fear of lives and they are need of immediate protection and security.
Every second day a case of murder or torture are reported from northern Buthidaung Township, making lives of the reaming Rohingya more vulnerable and risky in their own soil.
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