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Bangladesh army, the proctector of Muslim settlers

On 22 September 2012 Bangladesh army backed Muslim settlers attacked indigenous Buddhist people in Rangamati. When the indigenous people counter attacked in self defence Bangladesh army took side with the Muslim settlers. 76 indigenous people were injured and numerous indigenous properties were destroyed.

Bangladesh army harass indigenous Buddhist people at Nunchari

On 19 August 2000 at 8.35 pm, Mitu Chakma the bodyguard of J. B. Larma (Santu Larma) died due to illness at Sebha Clinic in Chittagong. His dead body was brought from Chittagong to Rangamati by ambulance that night. Next day on 20 August 2000 the dead body was taken to Mitu's native village at Baghaichari via Rangamati-­Mahalchari‑Khagrachari‑Dighinala‑Baghaichari road. Mitu Chakma's body was accompanied by his parents, wife and relatives in a microbus. But while the vehicles carrying the dead body reached at Nunchari check post in Mahalchari, Subedar Miraj of Nunchari army camp stopped the vehicle and interrogated Mitu Chakma's parents, wife and other passengers. The passengers told the army that it was dead body of Santu Larma's bodyguard. Nevertheless, the army detained them for half an hour without any reason.


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