Gov’t Fire and Staged Aid distribution left Rohingyas Restless

Arifa
By October 12, 2017 12:24

Gov’t Fire and Staged Aid distribution left Rohingyas Restless

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  • Burning Kinisi village of Naraingchaing, Buthidaung Township on 10th October, 2017. Image by: Rohingya Vision TV.

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By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 12th October 2017

Buthidaung: Border Guard police (BGP) and Military along with Rahkine extremists (Moghs) burned the remaining houses in Kinisi village of Naraingchaing, Buthidaung Township on 10th October, 2017, reports locals from the villages.

Rakhine extremists along with Military and Border Guard police (BGP) arrived at 6:40 PM set fire on the southern side of Kinisi village of Naraingchaing, Buthidaung Township. And the massive fire have burnt the houses completely making 100s of families internally displaced.

Earlier Burmese Authorities distributed few rations to Rohingya families in Sindong villag of Buthidaung Township mocking the starvation of remaining Rohingyas on 9th October, 2017.

The rations included 5 kg of Rice, 3 onions, approximately 100 milliliter of oil and 200 grams of dry fish for a family of 13 members. The ration was distributed to 11 families, where helicopters patrolled over the region for more than an hour.

Suspicions patrolling of military helicopters have increased the fear to the starving Rohingyas, whose all forms of livelihood have been stopped since 25th August, 2017 and are pleading for humanitarian aids to international bodies and concerned individuals.

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