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Mar-03-2013 16:19printcomments

BURMA: Security Personnel (Nasaka) Squeezing Money from Rohingya CItizens

Humiliation and theft are everyday reminders of the Rohingya struggle.

Nasaka officers
Courtesy: mayupress.net

(RANGOON Mayu Press) - Last night a commanding officer with Nasaka (Burma's border security force) named U Htay Htay Aung, along with some of his followers, emerged from Camp number five; Ngayen Chaung (Botoror Gatti) of Nasaka sector 02 and patrolled the Ninubasa (Yenouk Nga Ta) village, in Maungdaw Township.

They entered the home of Mv. Mohib Ullah, 35, son of Mv. Rashid, and found that one of his kids was playing with a used hypodermic plastic syringe. The kid brought that used plastic syringe from the rural clinic of Saheb Bazar while their mother received treatment for her stomach pain two days ago.

U Htay Htay Aung grabbed the hair of Mv. Mohib Ullah forcibly and beat him brutally, accusing him of attempting to cure people illegally by setting up a syringe for injecting medicines. He had to pay 60,000 Kyat to be set loose.

Fence Project

There is a project donated by MALTISA, a non-government organization to fence the boundary of a big pond with the corporative of neighboring poor villagers to use pure water instead of spoiled.


In the meantime, seven villagers who were preparing to fence the pond under the moonlight, were detained in the lockers and then freed by paying 20,000 Kyat (Twenty Thousand Kyat) per head. Some of the detainees are given below:

01. Anayatur Rahman, 28, s/o Rashid

02. Noor Alam,40, s/o Furuk Ahmad

03. Anwar, 37, s/o Rashid

04. Mujib Ullah, 17

The number four is a student of standard ninth in Tamanta High School.

http://www.mayupress.net/archives/806

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