Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO)
29 April 2017
Rehabilitate Displaced Rohingyas in their original places and properties in Arakan
Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO) strongly condemns the Myanmar government plan to resettle Rohingya Muslims displaced by recent atrocity crimes in “camp-like” villages.
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The Border Guard of Bangladesh (BGB) seized with a large number of Yaba (methamphetamine) tablets along the Bangladesh-Burma border under the Teknaf municipal areas recently, Jamal Uddin, a local trader from Teknaf.
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Burmese Rohingya refugees have been facing an acute water crisis in Nayapara official and unregistered Leda (Tal) camps recently, Hussain Ahamed, a refugee from Nayapara camp said.
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A group of Border Guard Police (BGP) personnel arrested a village quack doctor and extorted Kyat 500,000 in Maungdaw south on April 20, Ruman, a relative of victim said.
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A villager was injured by robbers during his attempt to arrest robbers at Thawan Chaung village of Maungdaw Township, on April 19, said Jamir from the village.
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Tropical diseases such as skin diseases, chickenpox, fever, cough and vomiting have recently spread among the people in Maungdaw south, Fir Ahamed, a local villager from Maugdaw said.
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Syed Alam – the Kan Hpoo (Khonzabill) village admin officer under the Aley Than Kyaw village tract- is recently collecting money Kyat 500 per family for family photos, which had been photographed by the concerned authorities in 2016, Mohin, a social worker from Maungdaw south.
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An outbreak of fire caused by the sparks of a cigarette destroyed 12 shops in junction market of Zin Paing Nyar village, Maungdaw north on April 16, a villager Rshed from the locality.
Fire on junction market Zin Paing Nyar
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Twenty Rohingya fishermen were arrested and severally beaten up by a Burmese Navy in Maungdaw south on April 11, while fishing in the sea, Nir Ahmed, a fisherman Kalil from Maungdaw said.
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The Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) with the support of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) will deliver emergency humanitarian assistance to 3,200 families of Rohingyas who fled to Bangladesh since October 2016, according to the reports of United News of Bangladesh – UNB.
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