Thursday, 20 July 2017

Three Rohingya youths were arrested by Burmese border Guard Police (BGP) in Buthidaung north on March 3, suspecting their involvement in the murder of Maung Gyi Taung village - occurred a month ago, said Delwar from the village. 

The BGP personnel arrested them on patrol in Maung Gyi Taung village of Buthidaung north.  They were to be wanted for the murder of Zamir Hussain on February 5, he more added.
 
Bodiya (20), Mohamed Arman (25), and Koli Mullah (22) of Maung Gyi Taung village are suspected behind the murder in Maung Gyi Taung village on February 5, Jarni said from the village. 
 
BGP targeted the Rohingya youths who will be able to pay money after arrest, according to villagers. 
 
In Maungdaw and Buthidaung Townships, Rohingya villagers are missing at night and are killed by unknown person.
 
The BGP sent the arrestees to the police s