Thursday, 28 May 2020

July 2006

Maungdaw, Burma:  Confiscation of arable farm land has become routine in Arakan State, Burma. More than 13.22 acres of farmland were seized from Rohingya villagers of Inn Din village, 10 miles south of Maungdaw town recently. Read more: Over 13.22 acres of farms confiscated from farmers

Buthidaung, Burma: Pressure from the International Labour Organization (ILO) notwithstanding, the Burmese administration continues to use forced labour with impunity in Arakan State, Burma, according to our correspondent

Read more: Forced labour continues unabated in Arakan
Maungdaw, Burma: A Rohingya in his thirties was found dead by villagers in a shrimp project on June 26, in Maungdaw Township, Arakan State, reports our correspondent.  Read more: Man found dead in shrimp project
Maungdaw, Burma: People who have bid for shrimp projects through tenders in Maungdaw Township, Arakan State, were ordered by Nasaka, Burma’s Border security to pay their last installment by June 30. Read more: Nasaka orders shrimp project bidders to pay last installment
Buthidaung, Burma: A Rohingya patient was fined Kyat 25,000 by Nasaka (Burma’s border security force) because he went to Bangladesh for medical treatment and got delayed, reports our correspondent. Read more: Nasaka fines patient Kyat 25,000