Rakhine Extremist (Moghs) looting Rohingya's buffaloes. Image: RVision File photo
By Rohingya Vision TV Correspondents | 23rd October 2017
Buthidaung: Rakhine Extremists along with Burmese military are looting cattle belonging to the Rohingya people from the villages of Southern Buthidaung.
Military commander along with 4 other soldiers on the 21st October, 2017 from the camp no. 353 arrived in the Sar Kaing village of Chaungdong village track, Taungbazar, Buthidaung Township and looted 2 valuable Buffaloes of a Rohingya named Amir Bashir and sold the same to the Rakhines (Moghs) for 500,000 Kyats.
“Military looted the valuable buffaloes and sold it to the Rakhines (Moghs) with cheaper price to favor the Moghs (Rakhines) and buy new cell phones, for which they started extorting money since a few days back” says a local Rohingya pondering over the desperate situation of the remaining Rohingyas.
Similar incidence took place at 8:00 am on the 20th October, 2017, where Rakhine extremists (Moghs) looted 8 cows from the Sin they Byin village of Sangodaung village track of southern Buthidaung. The owner of the cattle is identified as Salah Ahmed S/O Motu, (65).
After mass killing, arrests, rape and displacing nearly 1000,000 towards Bangladesh, Rakhine extremist (Moghs) along with Burmese authorities are looting the remaining Rohingyas’ properties and are fulfilling their personal needs, mocking their uniforms that serve as sovereignty for a country.