Burma Times Correspondent: February 26, 2015
A tabbe has extorted more than a million kyats from villagers at Wudung, Maungdaw South, according to our local correspondent.
Five Rohingya Muslims were found guilty by the tabbe Umra Aung for repairing their houses without approval. Under existing laws, Rohingyas are not allowed to make homes without government permission.
Din Mohammamed (35) s/o Ahmed Sharif has been fined 80,000 kyats.
Marijan Khatun (49) d/o Imam Hossain has been fined 130,000 kyats.
Hamid Hossain (48) s/o Fazal has been fined 250,000 kyats.
Anjul (45) s/o Ahmed Ismail has been fined 170,000 kyats.
Emdad Hossain (35) s/o Fazal Ahmed has been fined 60,000 kyats.
Others have been extorted because their relatives are living in the developed countries of Malaysia and Saudia Arabia.
Akhter Hossain (40) s/o Fazal Ahmed has paid 150,000 kyats.
Shomsu (55) s/o Imam Hossain has paid 160,000 kyats.
Kamal Hossain (43) s/o Baitta has paid 300,000 kyats.
Shafi (55) s/o Ali Hossain has paid 50,000 kyats.