Burma Times Correspondent: May 11, 2015
Two boats carrying more than 500 migrants turned up at the Aceh province of Indonesia on Sunday.
Local media reported that many of these migrants were in desperate need of medical attention.
One of the boats had 430 passengers while other had 70. Most of them are Rohingyas but there are also some Bangladeshi nationals.
According to AP, Steve Hamilton, deputy chief of mission at the International Organization for Migration in Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital, said teams were racing to Mantang Puntong, in Aceh province.