Zero tolerance dubbed puppet President U Thein Sein had promised many times international community to handle justly, impartially and honestly the local communal problems ‐‐ mostly between radical Buddhists and innocent Muslims—such kinds at most have remarkably been since his first inauguration as president in history.
Arakan Rohingya national Organization Arakan, Burma
ARNO’S Protest to Myanmar National Human Rights Commission’s Statement No. (2/ 2014)
ARNO has strongly condemned the statement No. (2/2014), dated 14 February 2014, of the Myanmar National Human Rights Commission regarding the incident at the Ducheeratan (Du Chee Yar Tan) village tract in Maungdaw township of Rakhine/Arakan State. It is a bias report devoid of truth, based on racial and religious discrimination. Continue reading →
Du Chee Yar Tan popularly known as Kilaidong is a village 6 miles south of the border town of Maungdaw in Burma’s Arakan/Rakhine State. It is a farming society with about 4000 Rohingya people. During recent years a Buddhist Rakhine settler village with a police outpost was established alongside the Rohingya settlement.
Maungdaw, Arakan State: The blaze which occurred in Du Chee Ya Tan ( Kila Dong) on January 29, at about 8:30pm was systematically planned and the Rakhine from Kharaymine Natala village with police jointly set on fire, said Ms.Laila Begum who informed Maungdaw police chief. Continue reading →
Maungdaw, Arakan State: The looted goods from Du Chee Ya Tan (Kila Dong) are selling In Maungdaw market- central market, Three miles market and six mile market- since January 25, said Mohamed Harrass, a trader from Maungdaw central market. Continue reading →
Maungdaw, Arakan State: Maungdaw high level authority – U Aung Myint Soe, district administration officer, U kyi san, Township administration officer, Lt.Col. U Shwe Than, district police officer and Colonel Tin Ko Ko, Hluntin director- had removed today evening the security forces and Rakhine – Natala villagers- who were surrounding Kila Dong (Du Cheeradong) before the inquiry commission visit the village, said an officer from Maungdaw who denied to name. Continue reading →