Police officer Thaung Htay, head of Maungdaw district traffic police station is using traffic law into two depend on community since first week of September, according to Halim, a Human Rights Watchdog from Maungdaw.
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UNHCR will help only the villages which are mixed – Rakhine and Rohingya – villages hit by cyclone Koman on August 7, according to an UNHCR staff, denied to be named.
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By Aman Ullah
“Every national and every person born of parents, both of whom are indigenous nationals are citizens by birth. Even though they are Kachin, Kayah, Kayin, Chin, Burma, Mon, Rakhine and Shan, they are not national races if they permanently live in other countries, not in Myanmar. Same national races who have settled in Myanmar after 1824 are not indigenous races. So they are not citizens by birth. The law also states that national races who acquire citizenship of other countries and persons born of parents, both of whom are those foreign citizens cannot become Myanmar citizens,” Section-5, of 1982 Citizenship Law,
There was a legendary love story which albeit ending in a tragic estrangement , between a police officer Diraj Bhattacharya and Ma Thin, daughter of a local Rakhine landlord, during British period.
LOVE SYMBOL PRESERVED: This well at Teknaf in Cox’s Bazar district serves as a remembrance of the legendary love, albeit ending in a tragic estrangement, between then police officer Diraj Bhattacharya and Ma Thin, daughter of a local Rakhine landlord, during the British period.
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Police seized 21 motorcycles belonging to Rohingyas travelling to and from Maungdaw Town, Arakan State on 7 August because the drivers allegedly did not have the necessary documents according to Shamim, a local elder.
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