Teknaf, Bangladesh: A Burmese refugee girl’s earrings, which were made of gold weighing six Annas (1.1230 grams), were snatched away by local people while she was playing with other boys and girls near refugee camp.

 

The victim was identified as Fatama Khatoon (8), daughter of Sayed Hussain of Napara refugee camp of Block # E, Shed #19 and Room # 2 of Nayapara Burmese refugee camp under Cox’s Bazar district, Bangladesh , said a Majee from the refugee camp.

 

On October 27, at about 6:30 am, the victim’s two earrings made of gold weighing six Annas were snatched away forcibly by a local woman, while  the said girl was playing on the road close by  refugee camp  together with other boys and girls, her mother said.

 

The local people and refugees believe that the snatcher, maybe hailed from Mosoni village (a village near the refugee village). The girl injured in her ears very seriously as she admitted the Medical Center of refugee camp under MOH ( Ministry of Health) for treatment where she was four times stitched up in his ears and has been taking medical treatment there, her father said.

 

This incident was appraised to the concerned police, but no action was taken against the culprit till writing the report.