The protest against Myanmar government, continues across the world. Muslim Student Organistion (MSO) has organized protest in Hyderabad with the solidarity of Rohingya Muslims. The demonstrator condemns the Myanmar government and described this as a inhuman act and demanded the entire world to intervene in this issue.
The protester also demanded from the Indian government to do not deport Rohingya Muslims and let them to stay in India. While, the UN Human Rights Organization has reminded the Indian government about the International laws.
Earlier, the Buddhist government barred the UN Human Rights convey to enter into the Rakhine State.
United Nations High Commissioner Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, for Human Rights said that “the Myanmar government should stop pretending that the Rohingyas are setting fire to their own homes and laying waste to their own villages.”
He added that the Minority Rohingya Muslims facing violence and injustice in Myanmar. The U.N. rights investigators have been barred from entering, “seems a textbook example of ethnic cleansing.”
Mr. Zeid, who is a Jordanian prince, denounced how “another brutal security operation is going on in Rakhine state this time, apparently on a far greater scale.” He noted the U.N. refugee agency says 270,000 people from Myanmar have fled to neighboring Bangladesh in the last three weeks.
“Myanmar’s government must to stop pretending that the Rohingyas are setting fire to their own homes and laying waste to their own villages, it is a complete denial of reality” that hurts the standing of Myanmar, a country that had until recently by opening up politics to civilian control enjoyed “immense good will.”
“Because Myanmar has refused access to human rights investigators, the current situation cannot yet be fully assessed, but the situation seems a textbook example of ethnic cleansing,” he said.