Tense Situation erupted at Bangladesh-Burma border

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Tense Situation erupted at Bangladesh-Burma border

Photo: Banglar Chokh- Daily Star

— Photo: Banglar Chokh- Daily Star

By BTCU Thursday, 17 October 2014

Burma Times: Burma-Bangladesh border- It is reported from a member of Border Guard Police of Burma that 3 members of Border Guard Bangladesh are seriously injured which might cause death during an opposite shot between BGP and BGB.

A boat of people carrying Yaba(methamphetamines) Tablets was found by BGB while it was crossing Naf river from Burma to Bangladesh.

When BGB went to catch the boat which illegally entering into Bangladesh across Naf River, it instantly entered into its maritime boundary and went back to Burma.

After a while, the boat with full of BGP started to approach into Bangladesh. When BGP watched that BGB comes to them, they (BGP) started to shoot to BGB.

According to internal source, it is informed that the BGP was comprised of predominantly Rakhine extremists aiming at harassing Rohingya and creating tense situation in border site with Bangladesh to be able to oppress Rohingya. The main income source of BGP is trafficking Yaba drugs to Bangladesh and its main protector and sponsor is ‘969’ anti-Muslim movement led by proponent monk Wirathu which hand is linked with the ruling President Thein Sein.

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