Fishing village of Kyaukpyu town has been attacked by thousands of Rakhine terrorists. Houses are still burning from 21:00pm (local time). Rakhine people are armed with guns, arrows and long knives and heavily attackings over the villagers. The villagers confirmed that the fire-bridge-car which expected to extinguished the fire poured patrols instead of waters therefore almost the whole village is burning.
The villagers those fled from villages were also shot dead by security forces while Rakhine people follow up to the jungle to slaughter escapee villager muslims. The sources say the death toll could be more than 100.
The villagers of Kyauknimaw village of Rambre town are also very much worry because communication lost with their families and villagers.
Rakhine RNDP party backed by the government have well planned to eliminate all remaining Rohingya, Kaman and Rakhine muslims all over Arakan state therefore the local forces are sided with its own Rakhine people and jointly attackings.
From 8th of June, the death toll passed more than (10,000) people, burned and destructed about (16,000) houses plus (57) mosques from (70) muslim villages across (8) different towns of Arakan state. While the number of injuries, rapes, looting, arbitrary abuses is uncountable. About 90,000 homeless Rohingyas in Sittwe/Akyab town alone but less than half of them have been listed in five concentration camps and receiving very poor assistance.
The rest about 50,000 shelter-less mulsim victims comprising Rohingyas, Kaman and Rakhine muslims in Maungdaw, Rathedaung, Kyauktaw, Pauktaw, Rambre, Myebon and Ponnagyuan towns are still compelled to die with starvation. As well as, overall about one million Arakanese muslims in all over Arakan state are also passing critical condition from the beginning as a result of the government still impose confinement on them while no Laws and Orders have been restored for terrorist Rakhines.
We are very surprise with UN and it member countries are not even interfering in ongoing crimes of ethnic cleansing against Rohingya.