Saturday, 17 April 2021

December 2016

Teknaf, Bangladesh:  A pregnancy Rohingya migrant woman gave birth a baby at Fuler Dale area under Nilla, Teknaf police station, after crossing the Burma-Bangladesh border on December 25, said Hussain Juhar, a local from Nilla.

Read more: Rohingya migrant woman give birth a baby on the way to Bangladesh

The Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) intercepted 34 boats carrying at least 340 Rohingyas at border and pushed them back to Myanmar/Burma, according to BGB officials.

BGB alerted on the Bank of Naf River

Read more: BGP pushes back 340 Rohingya people

Government authority - led the journalists to visit the affected areas- had threaten the local people not to say against the military on November 21, said Hashu, an elder from the affected areas.

Read more: Government threaten local not to say anything about military action on civilian

New arrival Rohingya migrants are feeling insecurity in Bangladesh because they have no shelter, food, clothing and medical care in proper way, Shakera Bibi said who fled to Bangladesh from Burma.

Read more: New arrival Rohingya migrants feel insecurity in Bangladesh

U San Lwin, Major, director, the Burma border guard police (BGP) headquarters leased confiscated arable land of Rohingyas and collect leased remaining money after harvest time money, but, this year the villagers who used the land were not able to pay the leasing money as the villagers are not able to stay in their village, said Halim, the human rights watch dog from Maungdaw.

Read more: BGP director forces to harvest the reaping paddy of leasing harvest of paddy field