It is said that Rohingya Muslims are such a minority community in the world which is being victimized the most.
After all, who are Rohingya? What is the problem with Myanmar? Why are they fleeing to Bangladesh? Why did not they get citizenship till now? Aung San Suu is known worldwide as a champion of human rights, and why is he being victimized? Learn everything-
Who are Rohingya?
The majority of Myanmar’s population is Buddhist. According to an estimate in Myanmar, 10 lakh Rohingya Muslims are Muslims. It is said about these Muslims that they are mainly illegal Bangladeshi expatriates. The government has refused to give citizenship to them. Although they are living in Myanmar for generations. In the Harenain State, communal violence continues in 2012. A large number of people have been killed in this violence and more than one lakh people have been displaced.
A large number of Rohingya Muslims are still living in shabby camps. Rohingya Muslims have to face discrimination and abuse on a widespread scale. Rohingya with no document in lakhs is living in Bangladesh. He left Myanmar decades ago
Photo from Human Rights Watch
What’s going on in the last state?
After the death of nine police officers on the Maungdow border in Myanmar, security forces started operation on a large scale in the newly formed State last month. Some officials of the government claim that these attacks were done by Rohingya community people. After this, the security forces closed the boundary of Maungdaw district completely and started a massive operation.
Rohingya activists say that more than 100 people have been killed and hundreds have been arrested. The soldiers of Myanmar are facing grave charges of human rights violations. The soldiers are being accused of torture, rape and murder. Although the government has dismissed it altogether. It is being said that the soldiers are also using helicopters in the attack on Rohingya Muslims.
Is the Government of Myanmar guilty for this?
In Myanmar, after 25 years, the election was held last year. In this election, Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi’s party National League for Democracy won a massive victory. However, due to constitutional rules, he was unable to become president even after winning the election. Sue is in the role of the State Counselor. Although it is said that the actual command is in the hands of Suu Kyi. Suu Kyi is on target internationally. It is alleged that despite being a champion of human rights, they are silent. The question of the government is being asked why journalists are not being allowed to stay in the last held. President’s spokesman Zav Huti has said that it is being misinterpreted on the international level.
Rohingya Muslims in difficult
What are Aung San Suu Kyi?
Aung San Suu Kyi is now the real leader of her country. Although the security of the country is in the hands of the Armed Forces. If Suu Kyi bends in the international pressure and if she does a reliable test on the laid-down state, then she may have to face the risk of confrontation with the Army. Their government can be in danger.
Aung San Suu Kyi is completely silent for the past 6 weeks. He is not even talking to journalists in this matter. When there was pressure on them in this matter, he said that what is happening in the reserved state is under the rule of law. There is a lot of noise in this case at international level. Sympathy for Rohingya in Myanmar is not equal. The army’s army against Rohingya is fiercely supporting Myanmar.
Aung San Suu Kyi
Objection to Bangladesh
The Bangladesh Foreign Ministry has expressed deep concern over the matter with the Myanmar Ambassador on Wednesday. Bangladesh said the troubled people are crossing the border and are coming here to look for a safe haven.
Bangladesh said that discipline should be followed on the boundary. Those crossing the border from Bangladesh Authority are being sent back to Myanmar. Amnesty International has strongly condemned it and said it is a violation of international rules.
Bangladesh is not accepting Rohingya Muslims as refugees. People from Rohingyas and asylum seekers are coming from Myanmar to Bangladesh since the 1970s. In the beginning of this week, Human Rights Watch released a satellite photo. It was told that in the last 6 weeks, 1,200 houses of Rohingya Muslims were broken.