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On 17 February 2011; Border Guards of Bangladesh and Muslim settlers attacked the indigenous Buddhist people at Longadu leaving at least 2 indigenous people seriously injured. The aim of the attack was to drive out the indigenous Chakma Buddhists and grab their land. A Chakma couple pick up the pieces after the house was burnt down by the settlers.

Bangladesh army tortures and rapes indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Naniachar

On 8 August 1989, Bangladesh army personnel from the army camp at Naniachar carried out a military operation against the indigenous Buddhist inhabitants of Hatimara in Naniachar, Rangamati district.

Bangladesh army subjected the indigenous Buddhist inhabitants to beating and physical tortures. The army personnel also resorted to robbing live stock from the inhabitants. The victims are:

  1. Mrs. Ashapudi Chakma, 65 yrs, wife of Mr. Bipula Kanti Chakma, of West Hatimara, Naniachar. BD Army robbed 5 fowls and 40 kilos of rice from her.
  2. Mr. Sukra Kumar Chakma, 45 yrs, son of Mr. Binachan Chakma, of North Hatimara, Naniachar. BD Army tortured him.
  3. Mr. Amritalal Chakma, 55 yrs, son of Mr. Taranisen Chakma, of East Hatimara, Naniachar. BD Army robbed 9 fowls and cooking utensils from him.
  4. Mr. Shanti Ranjan Chakma, 30 yrs, son of Mr. Brishaketu Chakma of North Hatimara, Naniachar.
  5. Mrs. Jamuna Chakma, 25 yrs, wife of Mr. Lalu Chakma, of West Hatimara, Naniachar. BD army beat and gang raped her.

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