The police, Burma border guard police (BGP) and army have turned northern Arakan – Maungdaw and Rathedaung – in to a hell for Rohingya, crackdowns on innocent Rohingya civilians following attacks by unidentified assailants on three separate police outposts – the BGP headquarters, Kyein Chaung and Koe Tan Kauk- in northern Arakan on Sunday 9 October, according to Arakan Rohingya National Organization (ARNO) press statement on October 11.
Eighteen Bangladeshi National including two children were stranded in Maungdaw, northern Arakan following attacks by unidentified assailants on three separate police outposts including BGP headquarters on 9 October (Sunday), arrived safely to their home, according to Anuwar Hussin, an immigration officer from Teknaf land port.
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Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) has been alert and giving tight security along the Bangladesh- Burma border following attacks three Burma border guard police(BGP) camps including BGP headquarters in Maungdaw – the border town of Burma-Bangladesh border from Burma- on October 9 by unidentified assailants, according to BGB officials.
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