Village admin officer blocks family list checking process

Yousuf, the block number 2, admin officer, from Maungdaw township, blocked the processing of family list checking to more than 100 families – person travel to Rangoon for medical and person released from jail and asking hug amount of money to process recently, said Halim, a Human rights watchdog from Maungdaw.
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Village admin officers extort money from house repaired villagers

Village admin officers of different areas are extorting money from house repaired villagers in Maungdaw south recently, according to Ahmed, a local elder from the area.  Continue reading

Army extort money for motorcycle in Maungdaw

A group of army personnel from light infantry battalion (LIB) 233 extorted kyat 120,000 from a Rohingya motorcyclist while riding Maungdaw -Taungbro highway on March 1, said Halim, human rights watch dog from Maungdaw.
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Two Rohingya youths arrested in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Two Rohingya youths were arrested by BGP over the allegation that they had been using Bangladeshi mobile phones on June 16, a local from Aley Than Kyaw village said on condition of anonymity.
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BGP and police arrest Rohingyas for extortion in Maungdaw

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Burma Border Guard Police (BGP) and police from Maungdaw police station arrested Rohingyas for extortion money recently in Maungdaw, said Halim, a Human Rights Watchdog from Maungdaw.
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Block admin officer extorts money for entering new baby in family list

Maungdaw, Arakan State: Today, Yousuf – the number two block administration officer – is collecting money from villagers for entering their new born babies in their family list after participating so-called population data collection program, said Ashique, an elder from the village.
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Rakhines extort money from the cattle of Rohingyas

Maungdaw, Arakan State: A group of Rakhines of Maungdaw south extorted money from Rohingya villagers over the allegation that the cattle of them crossed the new road, Hussain Ahamed from Maundaw said. Continue reading