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Dead body of Chittipudi Chakma daughter of Manek Kumar Chakma

On 2 February 1992 Bangladesh army backed Muslim settlers massacred more than 30 indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Mallya, Chittagong Hill Tracts. 2 bombs exploded on a river ferry at Mallya. The explosion killed a passenger and seriously injured the captain of the ferry. The survivors swam ashore but armed Muslim settlers were waiting for them. Muslim settlers attacked indigenous Chakma Buddhists in presence of Bangladesh army and massacred more than 30 indigenous Chakma Buddhists. One of the victim was Chittipudi Chakma, 6 month old daughter of Manek Kumar Chakma of Harina, Barkal.

04 April 1994: Bengali settler grab indigenous Buddhist land in Longadu
20 May 1994: Banglades Rifles kill an indigenous person in Ruma
02 June 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous Buddhists in Baghaichari
22 June 1994: Bangladesh army misinform indigenous people in Panchari
28 June 1994: Bangladesh army intimidate indigenous people in Subalong
30 June 1994: Bangladesh army conspire to back settlers in Naniachar
01 July 1994: Bangladesh army prepare to launch military campaign in Panchari
03 July 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous people in Naniachar and Lakshmichari
03 July 1994: Bangladesh army harass indigenous people in Rangamati
05 July 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous people in Baghaichari
05 July 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous people in Naniachar
11 July 1994: Bangladesh Ansar (Islamic Guards) rape an indigenous woman in Rangamati
17 July 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous people in Baghaichari
25 July 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous people in Dighinala
28 July 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous people in Dighinala
28 July 1994: Bangladesh army set up new camp in Jurachari
02 August 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous people in Panchari
03 August 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous people in Panchari
13 August 1994: Bangladesh army evade fare from indigenous business in Baghaichari
17 August 1994: Bangladesh army shoot dead an indigenous Chakma Buddhist in Baghaichari
17 August 1994: Bangladesh Ansar (Islamic Guard) attempt to rape an indigenous girl in Dighinala
20 August 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Baghaichari
23 August 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous people in Dighinala
28 August 1994: Bangladesh army molest indigenous Buddhist girls in Lakshmichari
28 August 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize an ingenous Chakma Buddhist in Lakshmichari
28 August 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Naniachar
29 August 1994: Bangladesh army rob 2 indigenous Buddist houses in Lakshmichari
30 August 1994: Bangladesh army rob indigenous Buddhist people in Lakshmichari
August 1994: Bangladesh army rob indigenous Buddhist people in Naniachar
05 September 1994: Bangladesh army rape 2 indigenous Buddhist girls in Baghaichari
14 September 1994: Bangladesh army detain and torture indigenous people in Baghaichari
16 September 1994: Bangladesh army arrest 4 indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Dighinala
20 September 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Lakshmichari
21 September 1994: Bangladesh army rob indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Naniachar
23 September 1994: Bangladesh army rob indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Naniachar
23 September 1994: Bangladesh army torture indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Rangamati
25 September 1994: Bangladesh army arrest 2 indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Jurachari
28 September 1994: Bangladesh army torture indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Manikchari
08 October 1994: Bangladesh army rape and murder an indigenous Buddhist girl in Longadu
10 October 1994: Bangladesh Rifles rape indigenous Chakma Buddhist woman in Baghaichari
10 October 1994: Bangladesh army arrest an indigenous Chakma Buddhist in Naniachar
12 October 1994: Bangladesh army arrest indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Jurachari
25 October 1994: Bangladesh army attempt to rape 3 indigenous Buddhist women in Khagrachari
27 October 1994: Bangladesh army torture 3 indigenous Tripura people in Dighinala
15 November 1994: Bangladesh army torture 2 indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Naniachar
23 November 1994: Bangladesh army build new camps to protect settlers in Dighinala
25 November 1994: Bangladesh army carry out massive military operation in Naniachar, Rangamati and Laxmichari
04 December 1994: Bangladesh army harass indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Naniachar
05 December 1994: Bangladesh army torture 2 indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Baghaichari
06 December 1994: Bangladesh army torture an indigeous Chakma Buddhist in Baghaichari
07 December 1994: Bangladesh army detain an indigenous Chakma Buddhist in Baghaichari
10 December 1994: Bengali settler spread lie against indigenous people in Dhaka
11 December 1994: Bangladesh army harass indigenous people in Mahalchari
12 December 1994: Repatriated indigenous refugees hold press conference in Dhaka
12 December 1994: Bangladesh army attempt to ambush Shanti Bahini in Manikchari
19 December 1994: Bangladesh army backed chairmen and members hold meeting at Bagerhat
19 December 1994: Bangladesh army arrest an indigenous Chakma Buddhist in Baghaichari
20 December 1994: Bangladesh army encounter Shanti Bahini in Banarkata Mouza
21 June 1994: Bangladesh army torture an indigenous Chakma Buddhist in Baghaichari
22 December 1994: Bangladesh army terrorize indigenous Chakma Buddhists in Lakshmichari
24 December 1994: VDP attempt to raid an indigenous Buddhist village in Kaukhali
24 December 1994: Bangladesh army raid an indigenous Buddhist village in Naniachar
29 December 1994: Bangladesh army grab indigenous Buddhist land in CHT
30 December 1994: Bangladesh government builds roads in Rangamati and Khagrachari to bring more Bengali settlers and military personnel
31 December 1994: Bangladesh government moves 11 settler families in Panchari

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