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    Implementing steps by steps what President told the UNHCR Head

    Rohingya Muslim refugees prepare for a meal at Thechaung refugee camp upon arrival in Sittwe, Rakhine. photo: AP / Khin Maung Win.

    On 28th October, 2012 (i.e. today), at 3:35pm, a group of Nasakas and military set fire on a Rohingya village, Ki Ni Pyin, in Pauk Taw township. The village has been totally villager-less after Bengali Rakhine terrorists threatened the villagers that all the villagers will be killed if they continuously residing in the village. Upon this threat, all the villagers left homes and gathered in a place near the river under critical condition. As per the strategy setup by the central government to make the Arakan ‘Rohingya Free Zone’, now the armed forces

    (Nasaka and Military) started to set firing Rohingya villages. Currently, Southern Rakhine State (SRS) is almost free of Rohingyas and almost all the Rohingyas from that area automatically become as refugees, (i.e. some are floating on the water, some are dying for many causes, and so on.).   President U Thein Sein clearly told the Head of UNHCR to keep all the Rohingyas in Refugee Camp and deport to a third country. As mentioned above, it is clear that the armed forces (Nasaka and Military) are instructed by the Central Government to harass Rohingyas in many ways which cause Rohingyas leave the country, motherland. It is also clear that Rohingya villages in SRS will be set fired one by one soon either by Bengali Rakhine terrorists or government armed forces. Out of Nineteen Rohingya villages in Pauk Taw Township, only three villages remain now. The villagers from these remaining villages are in an inconsiderably serious condition. 

    On 27th October, 2012, Pauk Taw Township Deputy Administrator (U Kyaw Aye) and another Rakhine who told himself RNDP Secretary (U Thar Htun Aung) went a Rohingya village, Ngat Chaung, Pauk Taw Township. The Deputy Administrator said to the villagers, “You must have to leave the village and you are not entitled to stay here”. U Thar Htun Aung added, “We, Buddhist Rakhines, are nationality and majority of this area. As per Buddha’s words, we are very kind to everybody so that you, this villagers, are still not murdered”. He continued, “If you were we, you would surely kill all of us”.

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