Burma border guard police (BGP) shot dead a Rohingya youth in Ngakura village on November 28 at 6:30pm while going back home from local mosque without any reason, an elderly people Habib from the locality said.
The victim was identified as—Mohamed Anas (22), son of Maulana Noor Alam of Ngakura village of Maungdaw north, he more added.
The boy was shot by two BGP personnel with a motorbike without any reason, Habib said.
Besides, a group of army went to Kyan Baung market (nearby Shill Khali village) of Maungdaw north, and plundered away much money from the market on November 28, Jamir from the market said.
Additionally, on November 28, some BGP personnel from Taung Bro BGP out post went to Taung Bro villages and grabbed many fowls from the villages for their ration and left without giving any cash to the villagers, Kala Mea said from the village.
Moreover, on November 28, a BGP Commander ordered to the villagers to close Kyauk Hla Gaar village market of Maungdaw north for seven days. But, reason is unknown to the public. Villagers believe that it will be established permanent.
Furthermore, a section of army went to Shill Khali village tract of Maungdaw north on November 28, and burned down about 700 paddy bundles or rolls of Abul Shama (50), son of Abdu Shukur, hailed from Lapuza Para (village). He recently harvested it from his paddy field, a trader Fazal said from the village.
The army also destroyed all tents, which had been built at the fishing projects by villagers to watch their projects. Army destroyed it because they want to block the fleeing villagers to stay in those tents, a project owner said on condition of anonymity.
A Rohingya woman was raped by Burmese army at gun-point at Zee Pin Chaung (Zee Yaung Khali) village at around 2:00 pm, on November 28, a close relative of the victim said without mentioning his name.