Thursday, 30 March 2017

October 2015

Police and members of Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) arrested a leader of Myanmar rebel group ‘Arakan Army’ from Islampur area in Rajasthali upazila on October 14, at about 3:00am, according to Wahidullah Sarker, officer-in-charge of Rajasthali Police Station.
 

Read more: Burmese rebel group commander held in Rangamati, Bangladesh

The prisoners’ vehicle –transporting prisoners from Buthidaung jail to Maungdaw district justice court – drives speedy inside Maungdaw municipal area which makes public panic for fear of accident, said U Amman, an elder from Maungdaw.

Read more: Speedy prisoners’ vehicle makes public panic in Maungdaw

Rohingya villagers from Maungdaw south had seen Army personnel in group along the Aley Than Kyaw- Tha Win Chang highway and east side of highway road on October 5, at morning, Hussain, a village headman from Aley Than Kyaw said.

Read more: Army deployed for security in Maungdaw south

Maungdaw district admin officer – U Khin Maung Lwin- forced Kyauk Hlai Khar village tract market owner to pay him 23 million kyat for permission to  re-build the market into concrete on October 4, said an officer from the office who denied to be named.

Read more: District admin officer forces to pay 23 million kyat for permission

Border guard Bangladesh  (BGB) and police arrested two Burmese drug smugglers in different place on  October 6 and 4, said Jafor Ahamed, a local from Teknaf said.
 

Read more: Two Burmese Yaba smugglers arrest with drug in Bangladesh