Updates: Burmese Military’s Atrocities on Rohingya Civilians Continue
By RVision TV Correspondents
- A 19-year-old gang-raped Rohingya girl died on October 26, Wednesday. The victim was one of the eight women gang-raped by the Burmese Military at Naisha Furu (Nga Saa Chu) village in northern Maungdaw from October 24 to October 26.
Critically injured, the teenage gang-raped victim was unable to get access to medical treatment as the whole region has been under the military lock down.
- The Border Guard Police (BGP) arrested a mentally challenged teenage boy Mohammed Shafi from Gi-Kan-Piyin (Hawar Bil) on Wednesday. The village administrator of the village, Ko Phyoe, a Rakhine Magh extremist, is misusing him as a witness of the October 9 raid on the BGP Headquarter to make an arbitrary arrest list of innocent Rohingya civilians.
According to a local resident, the arrest list has already been pre-decided by the Rakhine administrator and he is just using the mentally boy to establish the arrest list (he made specifically targeting some innocent but influential people in the village).
- The Burmese Military conducted raids on three Rohingya residents in Oo Kyi Kyar (Burashidda Fara) in northern Maungdaw yesterday morning.
Having plundered the homes, they arrested a Rohingya civilian, U Bodi Alam.
[Compiled by M.S. Anwar]
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