The army forcibly demolished houses near Sittwe Cemetery, where refugees were sheltering. More than 800 people left homeless (TV)
Homes near Sittwe Cemetery in Rakhine State Police and municipalities have been raiding and destroying the area since the morning of March 10. Refugees are also taking refuge in the houses, according to the victims.
“There was no advance notice. A census was taken two months ago, but it was not announced that it would be canceled. The intruders were arrested and I had to flee after being chased,” said an eyewitness.
More than two people were arrested and those whose homes were destroyed included refugees. More than 800 people have been displaced and displaced, according to locals.Khit Thit Media