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Indigenous victims of Sajek Muslim attack
On 20 April 2008 Bangladesh army backed Muslim settlers attacked and burnt down 76 indigenous Buddhist houses in Sajek. The aim of the attack was to drive out the indigenous Buddhist villagers and grab their land. The indigenous Chakma Buddhists and their burnt down houses after the attack.

Bangladesh army compels 3 indigenous Buddhist men cast vote in Naniachar

On 25 June 1989, Bangladesh army from Bogachari Camp arrested 3 indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Naniachar, Rangamati district. Bangladesh army compelled the indigenous Buddhist victims to cast their votes in the District Council Elections against their will. The victims are:

  1. Mr. Sadhan Chandra Chakma, son of late Indrasukh Chakma of Sikalya Para, Naniachar. The victim was compelled to cast his vote in favour of the army selected candidate in the District Council Election. The victim was forced to give 20 green cocoanuts to the army personnel free of charge.
  2. Mr. Mangal Bahu Chakma, 45 yrs, son of Mr. Jogendra Lal Chakma, address as above. The victim was compelled to cast his vote in favour of the army selected candidate in the District Council Election. The victim was forced to give 15 green cocoanuts to the army personnel free of charge.
  3. Mr. Durga Charan Chakma, 52 yrs, son of Mr. Mahendra Lal Chakma, address as above. The victim was compelled to cast his vote in favour of the army selected candidate in the District Council Election. He was forced to give 3 fowls to the army personnel free of charge.

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