Burma Times By Ibrahim Shah 22 April 2014
Urgent help is needed to save the Rohingya who are facing food and water crisis where they are blocked by Burmese brutal authorities.
Water crisis in two IDP camps of Paukhtaw—Mya Cahung and Anok Yuwey. These IDPs badly face water crisis as there is no water around surroundings of the said IDP camps and they are blocked from going outside of those IDP camps. The responsible authorities intentionally ignore the badly water needy there.
Surrounding area of Sittwe region, 2700 people from Thandawlee( saantawlee in Rohingyalish) , 800 households and 1000 households respectively from Then kya hamlet( Bassara in Rohingyalish) and Aungmingla quarter face dire situation for a shortage of food. In the aftermath of state-sponsored violence against Rohingya premeditatedly happened amidst 2012, these well established households gradually are impoverished due to blockage of Burmese quasi-civilian regime led by President Thein Sein. Due to official block, they cannot go outside of their homes to earn own livelihoods. Currently, their condition is worse than beggars from streets.
“In the world, even the prisoners of death penalty get several facilities in prisons in particular food and medical care but no facilities for innocent Rohingya to survive in their motherland Burma.”
Apparently, the Rohingya people in western Burma pass their lives in such prison, wordly-burning – hell where has neither food nor medical care.
According to a survey conducted by Burma Times inside Burma on “How Rohingya pass daily life”, every Rohingya individuals tearfully expressed that they pass their daily lives in worldly-burning-hell where they face repressively dire situations—no adequate food nor medical care.
Rohingya children desperately think that it is better to be killed by a shot of gun rather than being alive in such desperate situation where they get neither food nor medical care.
Accordingly, it is significantly important to focus for saving sudden death of Rohingya by malnutrition due to food and water crisis in the said hamlets.
Moreover, Rohingya residents from Rathedaung, Buthidaung and Maungdaw possibly might face food crisis if blockage on Rohingya is remained some more months.
“Rohingya residents from western Burma appealed to world community to come forward to pave way for their survival before their massively dying under Burmese genocidal regime.”
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