On Saturday, a refugee from No Man’s land said that following the clash between Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) and Rohingya Solidarity Organization (RSO) in zero line, most of the refugees returned to Myanmar. The military council tortured them and even forced them to re-cross the border, in the place of shifting them to their own land.
During the gunfight between ARSA and RSO, huts refugees lived were completely burnt down. And so, most of the Rohingya returned to Myanmar but military council didn’t allow them to stay there.
“In this heavy winter season, the refugees of zero line became shade less and took shelter in a school of Tambru,” another Rohingya said and also added that APBN and BGB are on tight duty so that none of no man’s land refugees can enter Ukhiya refugee camp.