অস্ট্রেলিয়াতে আর রোহিঙাদের বসতি স্থাপন করতে দেওয়া হবে না

চট্টগ্রাম,বাংলাদেশ। বাংলাদেশে নিযুক্ত অস্ট্রেলীয় হাই কমিশনার জানিয়েছেন,তার
দেশের রোহিঙা  শরনার্থীদের অস্ট্রেলিয়াতে বসতি স্থাপন করতে দিতে হয়েছিল কিন্তু আর না,

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No more Rohingya refugees’ settlement in Australia

Chittagong, Bangladesh: Australia High Commissioner to Dhaka Greg Wilcock said his country had to allow Rohingya refugees to settle in Australia, but not anymore, said the High Commissioner at press briefing in his Dhaka residence on July 29.

Australian High Commissioner to Dhaka Greg Wilcock 
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Elected village admin officers refuse to accept vice-admin officer

Maungdaw, Arakan State: U Aung Myint Soe, the Maungdaw district administrator and U Kyi San, the Township administrator held election for village administration officer post  since June, said an elected village admin  officer  from Maungdaw north.
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Maungdaw high level officers provide Rohingyas’ land to new settlers

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Maungdaw high level officers – U Kyi San, the Township administration officer and U Aung Myint Soe, the district administration officer – provided Rohingyas’ land to the new settlers Rakhine community who migrated from Bangladesh recently, said a village admin officer from Maungdaw.
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Army, police, and Hluntin ransack village in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Army, police and Hluntin (riot police) jointly went to a Rohingya village of Maungdaw south and ransacked the village and villagers on July 28, without any provoking them, said a local elder who denied to be named.  Continue reading “Army, police, and Hluntin ransack village in Maungdaw”

CBRO urges Canadian government to press Burma on Rohingya ethnic Cleansing

Chittagong, Bangladesh: The Canadian Burmese Rohingya Organization of Canada (CBRO) urged Canadian government to Burma to stop ethnic cleansing of Rohingya through the so called the 1982 citizenship law and recently killing and destroying Rohingya lives and properties, said  Nur Hashim, Chairperson, CBRO when they met
Honorable Stephen Woodworth, Member of Parliament of Canada and House of Commons.

CBRO Member with Honorable Stephen Woodworth
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Rohingya has power to stop wrong doing leader

Chittagong, Bangladesh: It is the choice of Rohingyas, their leaders and activists who want to save the suffering helpless Rohingya people from on-going Genocide and inhuman treatment at the hands of Burmese Government and fellow xenophobic and extremist Rakhine ultra-nationalists, according to Mohiuddin Mohamad Yusof, President, Rohingya Concern International (RCI), New York, USA.

Rohingyas signatories of 2011
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Burmese frigate in Naaf River, at Maungdaw

Teknaf, Arakan State: Burmese Navy warship 554 and other two deployed in Naaf River along Bangladesh-Burma border, at Maungdow Town, Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) sources said.

Burmese warship 554 stationed at Poung Zarr (Ashika para), Maungdaw
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Rohingya’s fate behind the facade

U Kyaw Min

So purported high birth rate and infiltration of Bengalis into Myanmar’s Rakhine State are popular topics among the Rohingyas’s adversaries. These are not correct assessment, but illusion. There, in Myanmar side, police, military, paramilitary (Hlun Htinn), immigration and NaSaKa (border immigration special task force) are heavily stationed. NaSaKa forces have tight grasp on the population (Rohingya) of north Arakan. They have been on patrolling duty in every village day and night for the last twenty years. Again there are six monthly checking of family members and house hold animals. Legal and administrative actions are taken for any discrepancy on records. Guests cannot stay for the night without reporting to the local authority. Further there are double fences of barbed wire along the whole border. In this situation, how can a Bengali enter into Myanmar? For a native Rohingya who for some unavoidable reasons crossed the border into Bangladesh the chance to come back is nil. Once he comes back he is subjected to extortion and long term jail. It is quite unthinkable for a foreigner to come into Arakan illegally. This accuse of illegal immigration is sheer a pretext to suppress this Rohingya people.
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