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Sexual assault victim of Lama
On 30 July 2011 Bangladesh army backed Muslim settlers sexually assaulted a 15 years old indigenous Buddhist girl in Lama of Bandarban district. The settlers attacked the indigenous people who went there to rescue the girl. The Muslim settlers murdered 3 indigenous Buddhist people.

Bengali settlers rape and kill an indigenous Chakma girl in Dighinala

Muslim settlers raped and killed an 11-year old indigenous Chakma girl in Boalkhali union under Dighinala upazila in Khagrachari district. The victim was been identified as Sunika Chakma, a year three student of Kamokyachara Government Primary School. Police recovered her lifeless, naked body on 13 May 2011 morning near Zia Nagor.

Sunika Chakma went to Shafiís shop to buy some cigarettes. But she had not returned since then. Her mother Kalpana Chakma alleged that Ali Azomís son Mohamed Kashem of Zia Nagar often teased her daughter and on 14 April 2011 he broke into their house and attempted to rape her daughter. At that time elders from both indigenous Chakma and Muslim settlers sat together and settled the issue.


Kapaeeng Foundation
(A Human Rights Organization for Indigenous Peoples of Bangladesh)

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