Friday, 10 April 2020

September2011

Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh: Rohingya refugee teachers have been boycotting to receive salary for three months because of not increasing salary by Research training Management International (RTMI), said a teacher from the Kutupalong camp.
Read more: Refugee teachers boycott to receive salary

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Two refugee youths from Nayapara camp were arrested by camp security police yesterday by false accusation, said a refugee leader from the camp.
Read more: Two refugee youths arrested by police with false accusation

Chittagong, Bangladesh: The president of the Arakan Rohingya National Organisation (ARNO) Nurul Islam stressed at “The Rohingya Global Day of Action” Demonstration in London on September 15 that the Rohingya have had a long glaring history, the phenomenal rule of kingmakers, their Muslim rule particularly from 1430-1531, and the recognition of their legal status as a natural citizens and indigenous people by the Burma’s parliamentary government(s) and democracy groups, according to Tun Khin, President, the Burmese Rohingya Organization UK (BROUK).

Nurul Islam, President, ARNO delivery keynote speech at “The Rohingya Global Day of Action” Demonstration in London Read more: Rohingya, the phenomenal rule of kingmakers in Arakan: ARNO President

Teknaf, Bangladesh: Seventeen Rohingya were arrested and pushed back to Burma by Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) on September 20, said a local from Teknaf.
Read more: 17-Rohingya pushed back to Burma

Chittagong, Bangladesh: The Burmese Rohingya Association in Japan (BRAJ) staged a demonstration as a part of “The Rohingya Global Day of Action” in front of Burmese embassy, Tokyo, Japan, on September 15, 2011, according to Mohamed Khan,Joint Information Coordinator, BRAJ.

Rohingya and its well-wisher holding placards in front of Burmese Embassy in Tokyo at “The Rohingya Global Day of Action” Demonstration in Japan

Read more: Rohingya Global Day of Action Demonstration in Japan