Burma Times Correspondent: September 10, 2015
An 8 year child is in severe pain as his medical care cannot be arranged.
Hamid Ullah is currently in the Kutupalong refugee camp after failing to get treatment in Burma.
He was taken on multiple occasions to the Maungdaw hospital but was turned back by staff who said they could not treat Muslims.
One time he was admitted, doctors did not pay any heed to his troubles.
But now in Bangladesh, his father Hamid Hossain does not have enough money to arrange his treatment.
Meanwhile a source said most of the Rohingyas entering Bangladesh are coming for medical reasons.
Rohingyas are generally not given treatment by hospitals in Arakan state. Some patients have even been murdered by hospital staff. Meanwhile many medical charities that cater for the Rohingyas are harassed by the government.
Rohingyas view the denial of medical care as a cold blooded attempt to drive them out of the country.