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Sujata Chakma
On 9 May 2012 Bangladesh army backed Muslim settlers raped and killed an indigenous Buddhist girl Miss. Sujata Chakma (11) daughter of late Mr. Jyotish Chandra Chakma and Ms. Mongala Devi Chakma of Ultachari area of Atarakchara union under Longadu sub-district in Rangamati district. The victim was a student of year 4 of Ultachari Government Primary School. Muslim settlers killed the girl by mutilating on the neck with a sharp weapon.

Bangladesh army attempt to rape an indigenous Marma girl in Kaptai

On 8 September 2012, Mohamed Abu Eusuf (22) a member of Bangladesh army attempted to rape a 19 years old indigenous Marma girl in Kaptai of Rangamati district.

Miss. Chomakhoi Marma, daughter of Mr. Monsala Marma and Mrs. Chincra Boang Marma of Toktanala village of Bilaichari upazila under Rangamati district is a student of HSC second year of Karnofuli Degree College at Boroichari area of Kaptai. She, with her two college friends, has been staying at Boroichari-College gate area for about a year renting a house from Mohamed Abu Eusuf family. Mohamed Abu Eusuf is a member of Bangladesh Army, working in Khagrachari Hill District area. Just 2/3 days back he came home on leave from Khagrachari.

On that day at mid night Mohamed Abu Eusuf broke into the room of the girl cutting the fence of house. At that time, he forcefully attempted to rape the girl and even tried to take her away from the room. At that moment, when the girl shouted out, her class mates and nearby people rushed to the room and right away the culprit fled the place.


Sources:

Kapaeeng Foundation
(A Human Rights Organization for Indigenous Peoples of Bangladesh)
E-mail: kapaeeng.foundation@gmail.com, kapaeeng.watch@gmail.com
Web: www.kapaeeng.org

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