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Police arrest two Rohingyas in Maungdaw

Maungdaw,
Arakan State:
 Police personnel from Maungdaw police station
arrested two Rohingya youths from Bomu para of Maungdaw on October
30, in the evening, said an elder from Maungdaw.


The
Police personnel were led by sergeant U Hla Myint – a notorious
officer- who always harassing Rohingya community to extort money with
false allegation – the so called warrant list for involving in the
June riot.”



The
officer U Hla Myint always enter the houses of Rohingya without
showing any paper for searching, if the owner -female- asked for
reason of entering, the officer said he was looking a  person
who is in the so called warrant list. But, he entered the houses to
find some valueable thing to take out from home or looking for change
to attempt to rape the female, according to an officer of village
admin office.


Police
have been arresting Rohingya villagers since June 8, this year which
will not be ended and to be continued with so called list of
involvement in the June riot, said a business man from Maungdaw Town.

Similarly,
Hluntin personnel – stationed on the junction of Hla Myint (Dr)
which join Maungdaw and Myoma Khayoungdan village- were collecting
5,000 – 10,000 kyat from Rohingya motorbike riders forcefully by
checking motorbikes, said a motorbike owner from Maungdaw.

Every
day, there are more than 50 motorbikes passed the junction and the
Hluntin personnel collecting huge money from motorbike riders.”
Maungdaw,
Arakan State:  Police personnel from Maungdaw police station
arrested two Rohingya youths from Bomu para of Maungdaw on October
30, in the evening, said an elder from Maungdaw.

The
Police personnel were led by sergeant U Hla Myint – a notorious
officer- who always harassing Rohingya community to extort money with
false allegation – the so called warrant list for involving in the
June riot.”

The
officer U Hla Myint always enter the houses of Rohingya without
showing any paper for searching, if the owner -female- asked for
reason of entering, the officer said he was looking a  person
who is in the so called warrant list. But, he entered the houses to
find some valueable thing to take out from home or looking for change
to attempt to rape the female, according to an officer of village
admin office.

Police
have been arresting Rohingya villagers since June 8, this year which
will not be ended and to be continued with so called list of
involvement in the June riot, said a business man from Maungdaw Town.

Similarly,
Hluntin personnel – stationed on the junction of Hla Myint (Dr)
which join Maungdaw and Myoma Khayoungdan village- were collecting
5,000 – 10,000 kyat from Rohingya motorbike riders forcefully by
checking motorbikes, said a motorbike owner from Maungdaw.

Every
day, there are more than 50 motorbikes passed the junction and the
Hluntin personnel collecting huge money from motorbike riders.”

Source KPN: