Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is directly responsible for Rohingya crisis in Rakhine; That is what the United Nations Human Rights Commission chairman thinks.
Chairman of the United Nations Human Rights Commission, Jyed Rad Al Hussein, alleged that the recent military campaign was provoked from Suu Kyi office.
In an interview with the US-based press-NPR Marie Lewis on Tuesday, she complained that she had been involved in the murder. Rad Hussein said Suu Kyi did nothing to control the situation. Rather, he played a silent role in the name of military power.The United Nations Human Rights Commission chairman compared the violence of the Myanmar army to the violence of the militant group ISIS with the brutality of the Rohingyas. Meanwhile, RAD has not seen any possibility of resolving the crisis quickly, said RAD.
Children were not protected from oppression and rape.
Children were not protected from sexual abuse and rape in Rakhine.
The British Media Guardian reported Wednesday, According to doctors of the International Humanitarian Assistance Organization.
In this report, half of the Rohingya victims in Bangladesh are under 18 or below in the country due to sexual assaults and rape in Myanmar. Among them, there are Rohingya children under 10 years of age.In the sexual and reproductive unit of Kutupalong Health Center in Doctors With Out Border Bangladesh, several Rohingya girls are given medical and emotional support.Since the operation of Myanmar army in Rakhine state, Rohingya have been repeatedly complaining of rape and sexual assault. But this time the number of children who have become victims of sexual abuse has been linked.
Rohingyas do not want to return: Suu Kyi
We want the Rohingyas to return, but they do not want to back to Rakhine, claimed Aung San Suu Kyi.
In response, Bangladesh said that Rohingyas are not willing to return due to lack of suitable environment. Home Minister Asaduzzaman Khandakar Kamal said this in the secretariat about the visit of Myanmar at noon.The Home Minister spoke to the media about the three-day visit to Myanmar.
He told that Myanmar State Councilor Aung San Suu Kyi held a meeting with her, Rohingya does not want to return. In the face of army expedition, six lakh Rohingyas took refuge in Bangladesh in the last two months. The Home Minister said Suu Kyi did not have the option of implementing recommendations of the proposed Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and the recommendations of the Kafi Anan Commission.
Meanwhile, the National Human Rights Commission chief Kazi Riazul Haque has commented on the positive attitude of the people to resolve the crisis.
The United Nations Security Council has drafted a draft proposal to raise international pressure on Burmese resistance to stop torture. Although India thinks that sending Rohingyas back, it will not be easy.
Draft proposal to raise pressure on Myanmar
The United Nations Security Council draft proposal to raise international pressure on Burmese government to stop the ongoing murder, torture of Rohingyas.
The two countries urged the Myanmar government to stop the military operation in Rakhine state immediately and take steps to take refuge back in Rohingyas who fled to Bangladesh to return home.
However, the six-page draft proposal did not mention any kind of sanctions against Myanmar.Despite China's strong opposition, this draft proposal is the first formal response given by UN officials to the ongoing Rohingya crisis.
India is in the silent position of Rohingya issue
In a joint statement after the fourth meeting of the Joint Consultative Commission on Sunday, Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj highlighted the country's position on other issues as well as the Rohingya crisis. It is said, the only way to solve the displaced fleeing refugees fleeing Bangladesh in Rakhine is the only way to solve the problem. Many of his views believe that India has changed some of its position on the Rohingya issue.
According to former ambassador Mohammad Humayun Kabir and Raziul Hassan, there is no indication of the change in India's position in Sushma Swaraj's speech. While presenting Bangladesh as the nearest neighbor, India's initiative to resolve the Rohingya crisis does not prove that they believe.
External diplomats urged Bangladesh to be diplomatically more active in resolving the long-term crisis rather than look at India.