Burma Times Correspondent: July 07, 2015
Members of the 969 movement met with local Rakhine leaders in Mujai, Rathedaung on Saturday.
During the meeting, it is reported that the 969 members and the local leaders decided any Rohingya who comes into Rakhine villages will be severely beaten up and handed over to police on criminal charges.
Less than a month ago, a Rohingya villager Abdul Amin was murdered in nearby Cinghali when he went to a Rakhine village to collect payment.
The meeting also pledged to form a 969 unit in every village of Arakan state comprising of at least 20 members per village.
There are already 969 units in Mujai and nearby Anak Parang.
International observers and Muslim activists blame the 969 movement for stoking up hatred of Muslims throughout the country.