Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Another Set Ablaze Rohingya Shops in Dudan, Northern Maungdaw

Source Burmatimesnet, 26 March
Rohingya Shops in Dudan, Northern Maungdaw, Set Ablaze

Burma Times – Northern Maungdaw, Arakan- Around 4.15 AM on 26th March 2014, Rohingya shops at the market of village of Dudan (Ludain), northern Maungdaw, were set ablaze apparently by two unidentified 969 Group. It has been reported that seven shops have burnt to ashes to till date. Many other shops have also been partially destroyed.

"Local Rohingyas spotted two stranger Rakhines nearby the market of Ludain just before the curfew time on 25th March 2014 night. And the Rohingya shops caught fire around3AM of the same night (i.e.26th March 2014 morning). There were around 40 shops at the market. Of them, seven shops got burnt to ashes. Many other shops were partially burnt. Some Rohingyas were able to save some shop-stuffs" said a local of the village.

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