After the last violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state, nearly 4 lakh Rohingyas have taken shelter in Bangladesh as refugees. One of them is Begum Bahar.
He crossed the Naf River for three days and went to Bangladesh on the rough path filled with thornbush in the jungle.
In these three days, on his back was an eighty-year-old girl tied to a thin cloth. Hunger and insects eat to hunger. And thirsty water through the jungle, through the salt water.
After much suffering and suffering, Begum Bahar said, “I was born in Rakhine, that is my motherland. However, if someone does not face extreme danger, does anyone leave the mother? But there was no way in front of us. The army entered our village and killed indiscriminately. ”
Hamida Khatun, another woman who has fled from Myanmar and has taken shelter in Ukhia’s Kutupalong Rohingya camp He said that in the last three months the Burmese Army’s brutality on women. “Every night, Myanmar soldiers came and knocked at the door of the house. If there was a beautiful girl in her house, she was gang-raped by dragging in the forest. Those whose fate was good, would have left them on the rural roads. And otherwise, he would have left the jungle to cut the tube of the throat. ”
Source: The Times of India