Mass graves of Rohingya found in Maungdaw North


AT Correspondent, Maungdaw

At least 6 dead bodies have been found on 17 April 2017 who were brutally killed during crackdown on 11 and 12 of October 2016 and buried by Myanmar security forces without Namaj e Janaza in Sangiribil hamlet of KyaukPhinSeik (Naribill) village track of Maungdaw north.


On 12/10/2016, the villagers found first mass grave, identified 2 corpses namely Oli Ahmed 75yrs s/o Abu Bokkor and Sayed Hosain 28yrs s/o Ismail. On 17/04/2017 again found 6 dead bodies in a mass grave but Identified four corpses, the others are unidentifiable. Those identified corpses are: Zakir Ahamed (78) son of Nadir Hussain, Imam Hussain (40) son of Lal Miah, Nasir (16) son of Jamal Hussain and Rabi Ullah (18) son of Mohamed Ali of Naribil.

The Border Guard Police outposts were under attack on 9 October 2016 where at least 9 police officers were killed and 51 guns including 10, 000 rounds of ammunitions were looted, according to the State Media.

On the day of attack, the Myanmar security forces entered KyaukPhinSeik (Naribill) Rohingya village non-stop crack down carried out until 11/10/2016 and killed many civilians; those were buried at the village in graves and warned the villagers not dig out the corpses.

The Rohingya villagers could not dig out the dead bodies earlier fearing the arrest of army as the situation was so rough.

However, the villagers dug two graves dropping their fear from their minds in the village, Naribil on 17 April 2017 and found 2 bodies in grave and 4 bodies in the other grave.

Later the bodies were buried in the village cemetery after the Namaz e Janaza was performed.

A Rohingya says there are countless numbers of people killed by army and buried at different places during the crackdown after the 9 October, some of which are not found out and some are found but can’t dig them out for fear of security forces.

He added, these are the authentic evidences of atrocities conducted by Myanmar security forces in Maungdaw north after 9 October 2016 which the Nobel Prize Winner Su Kyi repeatedly denies despite the existence of real evidences.

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