Myanmar Army has started a fresh batch of Arson and War Crimes against Rohingya civilians on 16th of November 2016.
At around 8.30 am in the morning Army personnel entered the village of Kulabil and started with randomly victimizing Rohingya populations,
with mass shooting and torching Rohingya homes.
“The problem is the Burma Army has a really lousy record when it comes to civilians,” says Phil Robertson, the deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Asia division. “It’s really shoot first, ask questions later.”
In past Army had burned Rohingya victims alive in their homes, Myanmar army has a stance towards brutal violence towards oppressed Rohingya with law and order oblivious inside Arakan, thus it is easier for the military.
Reports also emerged from Waback that Army personnel entered and started burning Rohingya locals homes.