Monday 13 August 2012

3000 Rohingyas flee from Rathedaung

August 13, 2012 by kaladanpress

Maungdaw, Arakan State:  More than 3000 Rohingyas had fled  from their villages of  Rathedaung Township since August 8, according to an elder from Maungdaw south.

“These Rohingyas are from Thet pying, Thara pying ,Anauk pying and others villages of Rathedaung and they had fled from their village to save their lives after threatening  Rakhines .”
The Rohingyas were also frightened for their lives after hearing burned and killed of Rohingyas’ villages and Rohingyas in Kyauktaw Township. The Rohingyas from Kyauktaw  and Rohingyas from Rathedaung are same condition between Rakhines community. Kyauktaw Rohingyas have no changed to flee from their villages, but, Rathedaung Rohingyas have changed to flee from their villages.”

The Rohingyas had crossed the mountain pass and they entered Burma border security force (Nasaka) area number 8. The Rohingyas are now near the Thawan Chang, Kodankauk and Chilkhali villages under the Nasaka camp of  Kodankauk, said a villager  from Thawan Chang village.
“The Nasaka personnel are not allowing the Rohingyas to pass the camp and they are in the jungle. Now, the weather is now monsoon, when raining, the Rohingyas only take shelter under threes. They have no foods, no clothes and no shelters. “

“25 young children and 3 new born babies were died for bed weather and no foods. They did not getting any medical treatment in the forest and no medicines with them. The Nasaka are not allowing Rohingyas villagers to meet them or the Rohingyas are not allowed to pass the camp.”

Recently, The Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu visited akyab to survey  the situation of Rohingyas after riot with medical teams and delivery more aids to Rohingyas and Rakhines community, but, no body know about these unfortunate Rohingyas conditions and no one can give any relief goods to them even the Burmese government or its forces give change to manage their survival, said a teacher from maungdaw south.
“ No relief for Rohingyas community in Maungdaw, even the authority or other Burmese NGOs delivered relief goods to Rakhine community – who are backing government  and cam move everywhere under the emergence ACT 144 and staying freely in their home.  The authority only open relief center for Rakhine, not for Rohingyas who are also fear for arrest by security forces and not allow to go out from their home to search foods for their survival.”

Muslim NGOs or International Muslim country was delivered relief goods to both communities – Rohingya and Rakhine- in Akyab. The Aids workers are not allow giving relief goods in Maungdaw and Rathedaung. The authority opens seven relief centers for Rakhine who are only 4% in Maungdaw. No center for Rohingyas who are more sufferer and majority in Maungdaw. The security forces are hunting Rohingya community and helping Rakhine.”

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