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Myanmar Military compelled Rohingyas, residents of Buthidaung Township, to protest against the Arakan Army (AA) in Buthidaung Township on April 15, 2024.

The Rohingyas, residents of Ywet Yet Daung village, Sin Daung village, and U Hla Hpay village, were evacuated to Buthidaung downtown due to brutal attacks by the Arakan Army (AA) on April 12th and 13th, 2024.

On April 12th, the Arakan Army (AA) launched an offensive attack on Rohingya villagers without provocation, resulting in approximately 50 Rohingya villagers, including children, women, and elderly people, being killed, and many more injured.

More than 12 Rohingya villagers, including three women, were slaughtered by the Arakan Army (AA) on April 13th, 2024, in Ywet Yet Daung Rohingya village.

The Arakan Army (AA) also burned many houses and buildings belonging to Rohingyas, along with a market containing approximately 200 individual shops.

The details of the fatalities and casualties from the brutal attacks on Rohingya villagers by the Arakan Army (AA) in Buthidaung Township on April 12th and 13th remain unknown due to internet disconnection.

“The evacuees were compelled by the Myanmar Military to demonstrate against the Arakan Army (AA) in Buthidaung Township. During the protest, slogans were chanted, such as “Arakan Army (AA) is unnecessary,” “War is unnecessary,” and “Don’t take position in Rohingya villages.”

According to reports, the situation in Buthidaung is devastating, with Rohingyas being slaughtered and killed daily by the Arakan Army (AA) based on baseless accusations.

Rohingya Vision News