Rohingya Shops Looted By Myanmar’s BGP Police And NaTaLa Villagers
October 17, 2016
Maungdaw, Arakan – The shops owned by Rohingyas in middle hamlet of Kyi Gan Pyin village tract in Maungdaw Township were looted by Myanmar’s Border Guard Police and NaTaLa villagers from Aung Zeya village.
Today, October 17th, 2016 from 3:30 pm to 6 pm, the shops belonging to Rohingyas located at middle hamlet of Kyi Gan Pyin village tract were looted by Myanmar’s Border Guard Police and NaTaLa villagers from Aung Zeya village.
Of these those shops, there is a Textiles shop, Electrical Appliances shop, Computer shop, Mini Mart, Cosmetic shop and Tea shop. The police and NaTaLa villagers broke the doors of the shops and they pretended as though they were roaming around for security while the cars of the group of the minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement passed by. They resumed looting when the cars disappeared.
They loaded the goods from the shop on the truck and drove to the headquarters of Border Guard Police.
Some owners of the shops are:
(1) Shamshul Alam s/o Fayas Ahmed
(2) Shamshul Alam s/o Sayed Ullah
(3) Enayet Ullah s/o Molvi Abdu Rashid
(4) Mamed Rashid s/o Zaher Ahmed