UN Human Rights: Rohingya Muslims massacre Hindus in Myanmar, demand action against the culprits

Rohingya terrorists involved in the genocide of Hindus in Myanmar should be arrested and punished. This was stated by United Nations human rights expert Tom Andrews in a press conference. Tom has prepared a document based on the actions of the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA)

Tom has said that there has been systematic persecution and killing of Hindus in Myanmar. In this case, the culprits should be arrested and legal action should be taken against them. ARSA is a terrorist organization of the Rohingya Muslim community. This organization is responsible for many heinous incidents in Myanmar.

More than 99 people have been murdered

This Amnesty International report states that more than 99 Hindu women, men and children were killed by Rohingya terrorists. Hindus living in villages were abducted in large numbers and tortured. All this happened in the Rohingya-majority province of Rakhine in 2017 in Myanmar. Tom has prepared this report by going to Myanmar. 

Lakhs of Rohingya Muslims have taken refuge in other countries

Amnesty International’s Crisis Response Director Tirana Hassan said there is evidence of a horrific history of crimes in Rakhine province. The leader of the ARSA, Ataullah Abu Amer, born in Karachi (Pakistan), is passionate. It is the same organization whose action was taken by Myanmar’s military after repeated attacks on security forces. After that lakhs of Rohingya Muslims fled and took refuge in Bangladesh. Several thousand Rohingya have also fled to India and are living here. 

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