Both communities pointed out that the Rohingya protests were orchestrated by the military council Both communities pointed out that the Rohingya protests were orchestrated by the military council

Both communities pointed out that the Rohingya protests were orchestrated by the military council

Both communities pointed out that the Rohingya protests were orchestrated by the military council

There is no need for the Rakhine Army (AA) in Buthidaung, where most of the Rohingyas live in Rakhine State. There is no need for fighting. Nearly 700 Rohingya protested on Tuesday afternoon, March 19, to protect Mount Buthidaung.

Rakhine Army AA spokesman U Khaing Thukha said: "The demonstration in Buthidaung was a demonstration ordered by the military council to be held in an area controlled by the military council, and for those who claim to have been massacred by the military dictators to stand by those who massacred them is the worst betrayal in history. On the one hand, they decide their future fate by themselves. AA is watching carefully and will respond as necessary," RFA said in a letter.

The Rohingya activists, Rone San Lwin, said that the demonstration was forced by the military council.

“How will this matter be done without the army? The Rohingya can't even move like this. There have never been protests, and there have never been any gains made by the Rohingya. We heard that if you don't go, they will burn the houses. I will make it impossible to live in this country. There are threats like that."


A Rakhine politician, who did not want to be named for security reasons, has a similar view.

"Without a military council, this kind of event would not be possible. It never happened before. It won't happen again. It complicates the region. Not good intentions. There is an Arakan proverb. If you don't get the fish, destroy the hole. This sense."

According to the wishes of the subject, the respondent's voice has been presented as a voice substitute.

At the same time, Ma Wai Wai Nu, a human rights and democracy activist, said,  "It's amazing that so many people can come out and protest all of a sudden. It is obvious that this is not an honest act at all. This is an issue that we must respond to very carefully. I can't react with my heart."

Buthidaung Township has almost two hundred thousand Rohingya and is the most Rohingya township in Rakhine State. Some residents say that there are more than 300,000 ethnic Rakhine people.

The Rohingya who protested that they did not want the Rakhine Army (AA) were not in Buthidaung town, but in Katmin Chaug, It is said that it is the side of Kyaukphyu mountain villages.

Rone San Lwin said that they learned from the local Rohingya that they were brought by the Military Council in 10 military vehicles and forced to protest from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm.

They protested around the city, and some video files and photos of the protest are circulating on the military council's propaganda social networks. Myanmar Voice and Television, which is controlled by the Military Council, also announced the protest on March 20 at 8 p.m.

A resident, who did not want to be named for security reasons, told RFA on March 20 that the military council forces had organized the demonstration and that people were worried and leaving the city because of the demonstration.

U Aung Kyaw Moe, who is also the Deputy Minister of Human Rights of the National Unity Government NUG and a Rohingya, said that the military council is working to create ethnic conflict because the war is being lost in Rakhine.

"The military council is a huge failure everywhere in Rakhine State, so the ethnic, At the same time, they are trying to use the Rohingya as human shields to create a religious-style conflict and gain a military advantage."

Rakhine, the Rohingya protest was orchestrated by the Military Council Army. RFA has not yet received a response from the military council, despite what both Rohingya communities said.

When RFA contacted U Hla Thein, the attorney general of the Rakhine State Military Council, he refused to answer saying that he was traveling.

As a result, the residents fear that this protest will continue to cause ethnic conflict, and they are fleeing. Residents said that the Military Council Border Guard Police Battalion (8th) at the exit of Buthidaung town closed the southern exit roads of Buthidaung town from the afternoon of March 20th.

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