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By Rohingya Vision TV

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia: Rohingya parents and relatives once again pleaded to King Salman and Crown Prince Muhammed Bin Salman by holding a demonstration yesterday in a makeshift camp of Cox’s bazaar, to release the detained Rohingyas who are on hunger strike currently in Saudi jails since last 2 days.

[ Rohingya parents and relatives pleads to King Salman & Crown Prince Muhammed Bin Salman by holding a demonstration yesterday in a makeshift camp of Cox’s bazaar. Bangladesh. Image: RVISION TV]

Yesterday, dozens of Rohingya parents and relatives participated in a demonstration to release their detained sons and relatives, who are in detention centres of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since 4 – 5 years.

In the protest, they urged and pleaded to the Saudi King and crown prince for taking immediate actions to set the detainees free.

Detained Rohingya entered Saudi Arabia with a passport from different neighbouring countries like Bangladesh, Nepal and others, provided by agents and brokers.

This improper documentation issue made them trapped in Saudi detentions for years, as they are denied citizenship in their own country, Burma.

See more on Earlier Demonstrations in the camp:

Rohingya detainees are lingering with serious health issues like Malaria, Diabetics, Fungal infectious diseases, etc, including cases of deaths as well in the detention.

In the demonstration, they hold pictures of their detained sons and relatives and explained how they are suffering in camps.

More than a hundred thousand Rohingya are sheltering in Saudi Arabia for decades and they have always thanked the Saudi Government for their hospitality and generosity.

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