India removes huts of Rohingya refugees in Hyderabad

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Indian authorities have removed the bushes and huts that were sheltering inhumane Rohingya refugees in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad.

Arakan news agency, Rohingya News, received video footage of refugees, showing a number of heavy equipment sweeping away refugee shelters and removing all structures in the area, including mosques and some huts for teaching.

During the passages, a local resident said that the authorities did not give the refugees time to take their belongings, but rather swept away the structures, including household items and property that were precious for the refugees to receive nearby on the piles of stones and construction waste.

During the passage, one refugee heard the voice saying, “There is no solution but to live on the roads. Look how the government is removing our huts. Where do we go?”

Thousands of Rohingya refugees in India live in temporary shelters and shelters, and the government does not allow them to apply for regular residency.

It also permanently rejects their stay on its territory pending the end of the humanitarian and political crisis in Myanmar’s northwestern state of Arakan.

The past years have seen a rise in hate speech among Hindus in India who reject the presence of Rohingya refugees and who are threatened with death if they do not leave the country.

It is noteworthy that the state of Arakan since August 25, 2017 military campaign and brutal massacres against the Muslim minority Rohingya led by the regular army and extremist Buddhist militias.

The ongoing crimes have killed thousands of Rohingya, according to local and international sources identical, as well as the refuge of nearly one million to Bangladesh, according to the United Nations.

The Rohingya government is regarded as “irregular migrants” from Bangladesh, while the United Nations classifies them as “the world’s most persecuted minority.”

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