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    Nasaka loots Rohingyas’ home in Maungdaw south

    Maungdaw, Arakan State: A group of Burma border security force (Nasaka) personnel  looted valuable things after entering a Rohingya’s home from Khonza Bill village on July 7 at about 12:30 am, said a relative of the victim.
     
    Nasaka personnel entered Azida (35), wife of Abdul Hanan home after breaking the door while Azida was not in the house, according to villagers.
     
    “Azida was visiting her relative in Maungdaw with permission of concerned authority while Nasaka personnel looted her home.”
    Nasaka personnel met Fatema (18), daughter of Abdul Rahim who is watching Azida’s home while the Nasaka enter the home where the Nasaka tried attempt to rape and took Kyat 7000 and a pair of earning (6-Ana gold),according to an aide of Nasaka.
    “Fatema screamed for help which saved her from rape as the villagers rushed to the spot.”
    Fatema didn’t express anything about event for fearing of Nasaka’s torturing.
    However, Azida complained to Nasaka officer of area No. 7 regarding the matter June 7 after coming from Maugdaw. Nasaka officer told her that he will investigate the case. But, Nasaka officer has been not taking any action against the culprits regarding the matter till writing report, said an elder from Maungdaw south