Maugdaw, Arakan State: Maungdaw district administration officer Aung Myint Soe again imposed a new curfew in Maungdaw after mass arresting in Maung Ni villag, said an elder from Maungdaw.
“The authority announced to the public that news curfew will effect on July 5 from 11:00am to 4:00pm in the daytime.”
The authority is giving to the security force the legal power to shot Rohingyas community freely with imposing the news curfew, said a school teacher from Maungdaw.
“The Rohingyas are already under curfew days or nights as the rohingya are not able to go out from their homes. It is only for Rohingya , not for Mogh. The Mogh are able to go anywhere during the curfew period and able to gather more people during the time of emergency ACT 144.”
Today is a religious day “Shab-e-barat” for Muslim and every Muslim wish for their future from Al mighty Allah, but imposing curfew day and night in Maungdaw is to prevent to process the religious duty. The Rohingyas are not able to pray Juma in Friday since June 15 and normal prays also have been stopped by emergency ACT 144 and curfew at night. All the mosques are closed in Maungdaw, according to a religious leader from Maungdaw.
“Security forces – police and Hluntin- burned and destroyed – some Holy Quran from Rohingya houses yesterday morning while the security forces tried to arrest Rohingyas young people from Maung Ni village where more than 8 Rohingya killed by police.”
“The dead bodies were not handed over to the Rohingyas, but hided the dead bodies in the stream between Myoma Kyayoungdan village and Myothugyi village at night by some Hindu community who are ordered by the authority. The dead bodies were carried with light truck by police to the hiding place.”