“UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has to intervene to stop Rohingya Genocide” Said BROUK President Tun Khin in BBC interview
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May 18, 2015
“It is time United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon intervened to stop the Rohingya Genocide where the persecution of the Rohingya minority by the Myanmar government amounts to genocide, according to field research from the International State Crime Initiative (ISCI), based at Queen Mary University of London” said Tun Khin.
BROUK President. Tun Khin said he was able to speak one Rohingya on one of the boats currently adrift in South East Asia and recalled the women and children are screaming and crying the save their lives. They havent had food and water for five to six days. They are begging for help.
Moreover Tun Khin said in his interview, “Denying the right to have food, the right to have medical treatment, the right to have children, denying the right to move, marriage and education, creating state sponsored violence against Rohingya by Burmese government made them to leave from country.”
“The Burmese Government is pushing Rohingya to camps and blocking aid, starving them to death. President Thein Sein is implementing his own policy where he mentioned in 2012 July that Rohingyas are not citizen of Burma and the only solution is keeping them in camps and sending them to third country,” he added.