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BGP loots fishes from Rohingya trader in Buthidaung

December 5, 2017

AT Correspondent, Buthidaung

Border Guard Police (BGP) stationed at Khing Chaung area looted fishes from a Rohingya trader which cost Kyat 22000 while carrying to Buthidaung market on 5 December at 7.30 am.

The victim was identified as son of Gura Miah of Kan Pyin village of PukhangChaung union in Buthidaung north.

The victim was a fish trader by his profession who supports his family with it. He goes to Buthidaung market to sell fishes to support his family with the profit he can make.

Although the trader had fish trading license which he showed to the BGP personnel, they plundered the fish and drove him to his home back.

According to source, he had the only money that he bought fish with which looted by BGP.

Now he is without money with which he set up his profession for which his whole family is now starving.

The armed forces have still been persecuting the Rohingyas systematically and deliberately in Buthidaung so that they may flee to Bangladesh.

The persecution of Myanmar forces is only to drive the Rohingyas from Arakan state and to make it free Rohingya zone which is their long time target.


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