Bangladesh army tortures indigenous Marma Buddhists in Guimara
On 2 August 2004 at 4.00 a.m. 3 groups of Bangladesh army led by Major Aziz of Sindukchari camp conducted an operation at Natun Para of Guimara in the name searching tribal miscreants. During the operation, a group of Bangladesh army arrested following indigenous Marma Buddhists of Nutun Para and took them to the army camp. In the camp, the army brutally tortured the following indigenous people-
Though the first 4 villagers were released in the evening of that day, but the last one Mr. Dungfa Mog was handed over to Guimara police station. A case was lodged against him.
Another group of Bangladesh army arrested the following villagers of the same village Nutum Para and brutally tortured them:
During the operation, the army sexually harassed the following indigenous women.
The army seized a pair ear ball and Taka 180 from Ms. Paikra Mog.
On the other, on same day the Bangladesh army led by Major Aziz of Sindukchari camp arrested the following villagers of Nakrai Para of Baraitali under Guimara. They were also brutally tortured and handed over to Guimara police station. A false case was also filed against them. The victims were:
Sources:PCJSS (Parbatya Chattagram Jana Samhati Samiti)
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