On 2 February 1992 Bangladesh army backed Muslim settlers massacred about 30 indigenous Chakma Buddhists at Mallya. One of them was Bablu Chakma the son of Manek Kumar Chakma. Two bombs exploded on a river ferry at Mallya. The explosion killed a passenger and seriously injured the skipper of the vessel. The survivors swam ashore but the armed Muslim settlers were waiting for them and attacked the indigenous Chakma Buddhists - men women and children.
Bangladesh army murders 2 indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Longadu
On 16 Dec. 1989, Bangladesh army of 14 EBR from the army camp at Longadu led by Lt. Col. Fazle Elahi Akbar raided an indigenous Buddhist village Bhulya Chara in Longadu, Rangamati district.
During the raid Bangladesh army indiscriminately opened fire at indigenous Buddhist villagers. Bangladesh army shot dead 2 innocent indigenous Buddhist men and wounded another. The injured person is detained at the army camp. The victims are:
Mr. Sek Kumar Chakma, 43 yrs, son of Mr. Bhusalya Chakma, of Bhulyachara, Longadu. He was killed by army personnel.
Mr. Subimal Chakma, 40 yrs, son of Mr. Bhuzalya Chakma, address as above. He was killed by army personnel.
Mr. Pulin Bihari Chakma, 27 yrs, son of Mr. Pettua Chakma, address as above. He was injured due to army firing.