Myanmar camps built on destroyed Rohingya villages – BBC News
Myanmar camps built on destroyed Rohingya villages – BBC News Myanmar camps built on destroyed Rohingya villages – BBC NewsThis is perhaps the strangest part of this tightly controlled government trip Gabriel says he’s showing us scenes of ordinary life to stress that it so peaceful and 90s now with the normals in population. If you come over here behind this barbed wire fence is where the Muslims used to live, there’s no trace of them. Now they’ve constructed some kind of government Barracks behind there, and it’s quite clear Muslims and never coming back here. If 2 years since I was lost here in Northern rakhine State and back, then we were witnessing the funding the destruction the whole of that terrible Menifee operation that growth, Ranger Muslims out of the state without the government has invited us back because it wants to show Us, but it is preparing and ready to bring those refugees back. We’Ve been allowed to come right up here to the border with Bangladesh and its through these rusting Gates. The officials say they were expecting hundreds, even thousands of Ranger refugees to come under the latest repatriations game, but of course, without any promises of citizenship without any real investigation into the abuse they suffered, the most of all. Without any reassurances about what kind of future they have, we know that at the moment, none of the rohingyas over on that side of the Border, I’m willing to make this Crossing significant numbers of refugees do decide to come back. This is where they like to spend at least the first two months. Is it at least you can see it would be pretty basic living. It’S also fenced-in with watch ties and beliefs and it’s unlikely they’ll be free to come and go, but most of them will not be able to go back to the Villages because they might just be Droid by the violence of two years ago. But they’ve continued to be demolished. Even since then, in fact, this very temp is built on the site of what was an in-text rohingyas Village. It was then bulldozed. Why did you destroy the village in Muslim? At least it was here to build his camp. The latest attempt to repatriate Rohingya refugees to Myanmar has failed after none of the 3,450 people approved to return agreed to do so. In 2017 more than 700,000 Rohingya fled Myanmar during a military operation.
The UN has described it as “textbook ethnic cleansing”. Myanmar (also called Burma) has denied large-scale killings by its forces. It says it is prepared to receive large numbers of returnees. To demonstrate this they invited journalists, including the BBC, to see their facilities.
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