Three miles Nasaka checked post harrass Rohingyas in Maungdaw

September 17, kaladanpress

Maungdaw, Arakan State: The Burma border security force( Nasaka) personnel from three miles checked post have been harassing Rohingyas’ vehciles driver and Rohingya travelers , according to an elder from Maungdaw.

“ The Nasaka from checked post have been asking the drivers to bring their ID ( White card) to go to the Buthidaung with passangers ( Rohingyas). The drivers have to bring back the ID card from their home. It need them to return back to Maungdaw and go again with ID to go with vehciles to Buthidaung.”
“It is only need the Rohingya drivers , not for Rakhine drivers .”
The system which the three miles checked post is using not to travel with Rohingyas owned vehciles. Today, the three miles checked allowed only eight Rohingya vehciles to go Biuthidaung, saida driver from Maungdaw.

“Most of Rohingyas are using Rohingyas’ owned vehciles and the Rakhines vehciles are not getting passengers for their vehciles to go Buthidaung. So, the Rakhine vehciles owners used this kind of harassment to Rohingya community with the help of Nasaka.”

The Rohingya who want to visit Buthidaung Jail need to process form 4 from Immangaration department. To get the form 4, all the Rohingyas have to pay 1000 kyats per head, said a Rohingya from Maungdaw who wants to see his brother in Buthidaung Jail.

“The three mile checked post also asked to Rohingyas to bring the White ID cards together with form 4 , which made people very diffcult to return to their home in different villages. It mean, Rohingyas lost time and money to travel to Buthidaung,”

Army commits robbery in Buthidaung Township
September 17, kaladanpress

Buthidaung, Arakan State: Army personnel from Battalion No.532 committed robbery to the villagers of Pyin Hla village under the Prapyin Thein Tan village tract of Buthidaung Township, Arakan State, on the night of September 15 , according to a local elder who denied to be named.

On that day, at about mid night, a group of army numbering in twelve went to the said village and committed robbery to the villagers. After arrival at the village, the army forcibly entered the houses of rich villagers and arbitrary tortured the family members to show them –gold, ornaments, money and key without giving any allegation. They looted all the money, gold, ornaments from the villagers.

Besides, they also arrested eight villagers and brought to their camp because of not getting any money and gold ornaments from their houses.

The arrested villagers are identified as– two sons of Sham Shu namely -Fayazul Islam ( 22), Kamal Hussain (18 ), Amir Faizal (21), son of Nuru, Osman (25),son of Ayas, Gaffar Ullah (20), son of Noor Mohamed, two sons of Nurul Islam namely Sayed Islam (14), and Mohamed Shoyeb (22), and Abdu Rahim (25), son of Basa Meah. Later, they were released after taking Kyat 200,000 t0 300,000 per each, said a local business man.

The army also disrespected the Holy Quran in the village. Villagers are shocked seeing the behavior of army, said an elder from the village

They (armies) are from the Military Operation Command (MOC) No. 15 of Buthidaung Township.

Another village elder said, “How the villagers will survive, if the army personnel commit robbery against the Rohingya villagers.” ##

Maungdaw Township:

Nur Hakim (30), son of Abdu Rajak, hailed from Ward No.4 of Maungdaw Town was arrested by police officer U Hla Thein of Maungdaw town police station today, in the morning from his village. His house had already been burned down by Rakhine mob in riots period. The police officer asked him to pay Kyat 300,000 three days before, but he refused to pay the money. As a result, he was arrested by police today and detained in the police station, said a close relative of the victim.

Besides, Mohamed Khan(18), son of Mohamed Ali, hailed from Ward No.2 of Maungdaw town was arrested by police officer U Hla Myint, yesterday at about 12:00 noon. Police officer asked Kyat 20,000 for his release, but he was unable to pay the money. So, he was still in detained in police custody, said one of his relatives preferring not to be named.

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