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Myanmar will fight in Rohingya crisis war?

Bangladesh complains that Myanmar has repeatedly violated the airspace. Dhaka has warned NayPido that ‘unexpected consequences’ may arise for such provocative actions. Due to the deterioration of relations between the two countries, the risk has been created; Due to the Rohingya crisis which has already been made clear.

The United States influential Magazine News Week raises questions in a report, saying that the neighboring countries can fight in the war, due to violation of Rohingya crisis and airspace?

Since the start of the Rakhine army campaign on August 25, about 4 lakh Rohingyas have migrated to Bangladesh after crossing the border with the Rohingya rebels.

The Myanmar army’s raid in Rakhine has been an example of ‘textbooks for ethnic cleansing’, the UN said. Bangladesh says that on 10, 12 and 14 September, Myanmar’s drone and helicopter violated Bangladesh airspace in three phases. A top Burmese embassy official was summoned to protest the allegation.

The Foreign Ministry of Kerber said in a statement that Dhaka has repeatedly expressed deep concern for such acts of provocation, At the same time, it was announced that Myanmar would take quick action to ensure that such violation of such so

Such provocative actions can bring undesirable consequences.’ Myanmar government spokesman Jay said that he has no information about the allegations of Bangladesh. But before this, Bangladesh has denied such allegations that Myanmar has denied such allegations.

Jai said that the information provided by Bangladesh will be reviewed by Myanmar. He told Reuters, “Our two countries are dealing with the crisis of refugees. We need cooperation through good understanding.

Burmese people, Rohingya victims of persecution in Myanmar have been seeing the infiltration for many decades for decades. Rohingyas are considered illegal immigrants in Myanmar.

After Rakhine violence spread on August 25, nearly 4 lakh Rohingyas have entered Bangladesh in Bangladesh. The violence spread after the police killed 30 policemen in Rakhine and the Rohingya rebels in an army camp.

The country’s security forces and Buddhist monks of Rakhine started the ‘Clearance Operation’ in response to the attacks by the Rohingya rebels.

Rohingyas fleeing human rights observers and Rakhines say security forces and Buddhist monks have been campaigning for violence and arson to drive away Rohingya Muslims from the country. Bangladesh says all refugees must return.

But Myanmar says those who can show their citizenship documents will only be taken back. But most Rohingyas are state and unidentified. Rohingyas do not have citizenship of Myanmar

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina left Dhaka on Saturday to attend the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly He will call upon the United Nations Conference on the use of pressure on Myanmar to withdraw every Rohingya and stop ‘racial slaughter’.

Prime Minister’s Press Secretary Ihsanul Karim told Reuters this information. Due to conflict, humanitarian disasters have been created on both sides of the border. After almost 50 years of strict military rule, questions about what is going on in Myanmar under the leadership of Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi. The country’s national security policy still controls the army generals.

Yet, Suu Kyi is being widely criticized outside the country for not telling the Rakhine violence to stop and condemn. Despite the end of military rule in Myanmar, there is still widespread public support in their activities. Even the Rohingya, there is no sympathy for the country’s citizens as well as the army generals. The Buddhist majority of Burmese majority in Myanmar are also supported by Buddhist majority.

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres and the United Nations Security Council have urged to stop rakhine sectarianism. United Nations secretary general says Myanmar is raising ethnic violence in Rakhine However, Myanmar rejected the allegation saying law enforcement agencies are operating clearance operations against the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) rebels.

On August 25, the Rohingya rebels have claimed responsibility for the attack on police checkpoints and army camps. In October last year, the same kind of attack on Rakhine was against the organization. But ARSA says they are fighting for Rohingya rights. At the same time, they have no connection with foreign militant groups.


Myanmar’s Army Chief General Min Aung Holding said that there have been 93 violence clashes since August 25. The rebels tried to build their base. Myanmar says more than 430 people have died in clashes; Most of them are rebels.

Besides, 30 thousand Muslims have been displaced. But human rights watchdog Human Rights Watch says that the satellite image has been found to burn 62 villages of Rakhine. Meanwhile, the United States has urged Myanmar to protect the civilians.

Deputy US Secretary of State Patrick Murphy is scheduled to visit Myanmar next week. But China has supported the country’s internal measures to counter terrorism in Myanmar’s Rakhine violence. At the same time, China has shed tears for Myanmar in the Security Council.

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