By The Rohingya Post

Three Rohingya women and a 13-year-old boy critically injured and many houses destroyed

Several Rohingya residents are critically wounded and many houses were burnt down as clashes between Myanmar Security Forces and ethnic Rakhine’s Arakan Army (AA) enter into September.

Rohingya civilians trapped in many battle-fields across Rakhine State, have fallen the victims of the clashes, sustaining major injuries, costing many lives, fleeing for safety and seeing destruction of houses and properties.

On August 29, two Rohingya women were hit with bullets in Sin Thay Pyin village tract of Buthidaung township. The victims are identified as Daw Rashida Begum (20), daughter of Abushama; and Daw Lalu (20) daughter of Younus.

Following the injuries at the hands of governmental forces, the women were reportedly denied transportation to seek emergency medical treatment at a nearby hospital. Later, they were taken to Buthidaung General Hospital by their families and relatives. Their conditions remain critical.

There are also three more Rohingya with bullet-injuries receiving treatment at the hospital from the previous clashes.

On August 31, two more Rohingya civilians – Daw Hasina (32), daughter of Nur Mohammed; and Maung Yazul Arafat (13) son of Mohammed Alam, were wounded in a Myanmar Military’s gunfire in Tet Tu Pauk village tract of Buthidaung. The 13-year-old Rohingya boy is in critical condition.

At least five Rohingya houses were burnt down in a sophisticated Myanmar military artillery fire in Sein Go Than village tract of Buthidaung south on August 30.

The houses are belonged to U Sayed Amin (25), son of Sultan; Daw Montaz (40), daughter of Mohaloz; U Sayedul Amin (27), son of Sultan; U Dil Mohammed (23), son of Nazir Ahmed; and U Yousuf (58), son of Bodi Alam

As clashes continue in Tet Tu Pauk village on September 2, three more Rohingya civilians sustained serious bullet-injuries and four houses were destroyed while hundreds of Rohingya residents are displaced from San Thay Pyin in Buthidaung South-East.

Two years after outbreaks of genocidal campaign charged by the security forces who forced to flee over 740,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh, destroyed more than 390 villages, killed at least 35,000 Rohingya and raped hundreds of women, the remaining Rohingya civilians in Rakhine State live in a state of fear trapped in the clashes between the military and Arakan Army, and are denied access to humanitarian aid, movement, healthcare, education, livelihood, citizenship, and among others.

Reported by MSL