Rohingya village is still burning: Amnesty

In the Aung San Suu Kyi speech and the Vice President of Myanmar, the United Nations has claimed that it is proof that Amnesty International is still burning Rohingyas’ houses in Rakhine.

By analyzing local video and satellite images locally, the United States-based human rights organization said on Friday that the Rohingyas who are returning, there is no way that Myanmar’s army will not be able to do so.

After the start of the Ranaq military operation on Aug 25, news of the burning of Rohingyas village was coming to the fore.

Myanmar State Counselor Suu Kyi said in a speech to the nation on September 19, in protest of the “ethnic cleansing” campaign of Rohingya, that the Rakhine army campaign is not running after 5 September.

Myanmar Vice President Henry Van Thi said in the UN speech two days ago, the situation in Rakhine has been calm.

Amnesty said in a report published Friday on their website that they have received at least three videos of the house that was set on fire in Rakhine.

The September 22 satellite image also showed the smoke from smoke from the house burning in the Rohingya village, the human rights organization said.

Amnesty’s Crisis Response Director Tirana Hassan said that this evidence has shown the absurdity of Aung San Suu Kyi’s statement.

“Three weeks later, we have seen that violence against Rakhine Rohingya did not end. Rohingyas’ homes and villages are burning. It seems that there is no way to return Rohingya. ”

Amnesty calls on international community to raise Myanmar pressure to stop this ethnic cleansing campaign in Rakhine.

Myanmar’s 4 million Rohingyas who have been subjected to suppression of oppression took shelter in Bangladesh in the last three weeks. Earlier, more than 400,000 Rohingya refugees are in Bangladesh.