Issue a report that the military and AA are committing genocide : Myanmar Issue a report that the military and AA are committing genocide : Myanmar

Issue a report that the military and AA are committing genocide : Myanmar

Issue a report that the military and AA are committing genocide : Myanmar

The Bangladesh-based Rohingya Forcefully Displace Myanmar National Representative Committee released a report on April 27 that the Military Council Army and Rakhine Army (AA) killed 114 Rohingya in northern Rakhine State between February 17 and April 25.

Maung Kyaw Myint, spokesperson of the Rohingya FDMN Representative Committee, said that the second wave of genocide against the Rohingya is continuing.

"The Military Council and the Rakhine Army (AA) condemn the second genocide targeting the vulnerable Rohingyas. We condemn the targeting of our ethnic group and the oppression of other ethnic groups. In the current situation, from February 17 to today, we have compiled a list of the targeted people as much as we can and added as many as we can. 114 Rohingyas, two Rakhines were killed, and another 106 Rohingyas were injured. 83 Rohingya were raped, 460 Rohingya were falsely arrested, we do not accept any party that violates the Geneva Convention on human rights.

They also said that they have evidence that the Rohingya are being used as human shields by the military council and the AA.

According to the information they received, Buthidaung, Maungdaw wars, They were killed in Minpyo and Kyaukphyu townships.

Most of them were killed when they were used as human shields, and their bodies were returned after being arrested on suspicion when the AA troops entered the village. He also said that this report has been sent to international organizations.

RFA contacted Major General Zaw Min Tun, who was allowed to speak to the military council about these allegations, but he did not receive an answer.

Although RFA has contacted AA spokesperson U Khaing Thukha about the allegations of arrests and killings by the AA group, there is no immediate response.

When asked about the allegations that Rohingyas were killed by AA in Maungdaw last few days, U Khaing Thukha said that they did not arrest the locals and did not even kill prisoners illegally.

RFA cannot independently confirm the information in this report.

The Rohingya Forcedly Displace Myanmar National Representative Committee, which released the report, includes Rohingya refugees who fled to Bangladesh from Rakhine State due to the army's 2017 clearance, and is based in Cox's Bazar.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Turk, said that the safety of civilians in Rakhine State, where the fighting is raging, is a concern. On April 19, the international community was urged to put pressure on the Rohingyas to prevent another horrific torture and killing. The AA side issued a response statement saying that the UN High Commissioner's statements were incorrect information and biased allegations.

9 Comments

Previous Post Next Post

Worldwide News Search Here๐Ÿ‘‡