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By Rohingya Vision TV

Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh: Another Rohingya child was killed in an elephant attack, while he went to a near by hill to collect daily firewood yesterday (30th April 2019), reports a source.

[Rohingya child Muhammed Suhaib S/O Kabir Ahmed, 12 killed in elephant attack yesterday. Image: RVISION TV]

Yesterday at Block-C-35 of camp 13 in Tenghali area, from around 11 am a Rohingya child went missing after he went to collect firewood for his family. During that period he was attacked by a wild elephant and was killed.

Later in the evening, his dead body was discovered by the nearby Rohingya and his family was informed about it.

The deceased was identified to be Muhammed Suhaib S/O Kabir Ahmed, 12, who was sheltering along with his family in Tenghali, Taznimarhola makeshift camp.

Earlier in March, another Rohingya youth was killed in an elephant attack incidence and his body was found scattered in the form of pieces.

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Burmese government’s intense genocidal operation since late 2017 has expelled more than 800, 000 Rohingya to neighboring Bangladesh and are now living a life filled with challenges on a daily basis.

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