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Rohingya community facing more harassment in Maungdaw

Maungdaw,
Arakan State:
Two army personnel accompanied by five Rakhine youths
took away five cattle of Maulvi Hamid Hussain (42), son of Mohamed
Sharif, hailed from Zawmatet Village of Maungdaw Township while the
cattle were grazing in a field nearby army out-post, on September 26,
said a relative of the owner.

Being
informed, the owner of the cattle (buffaloes) went to the army camp
to choose his cattle. When he was reached at the camp, he was
tortured by the army and took Kyat 450,000 and released his cattle.


Besides,
a Rohingya youth named Mohamed (28), son of Ahmed Sha, hailed from
Shwe Zaar village of Maungdaw Town was arrested by the Nasaka of Shwe
Zaar Naska out-post camp while going to market and was released after
taking money, on September 27, according to a relative of the victim.

In
addition, on September 26, Boshi Ullah (22), son of Siddique, hailed
from Tharay Kondan village of Maungdaw south was arrested by police
when he was going to Maungdaw market to buy goods for his home. After
arrest, he was detained in police custody with other 10 Rohingya
youths, said a friend of the victim.

Source KPN