The Forbidden genocide of the ROHINGYAS!


“We are ROHINGYA,ROHINGYA”………raised their voices after assassination of all their families and communities, and the military forces still answered that was not their country,they were not allowed to live in Myanmar.
This was the heart breaking situation of the Rohingya genocide, Whose crackdown had been described as the most ethnic cleansing and possible genocide according to the UN.
UN already alarmed the threat by Myanmar on the ROHINGYA genocide is far more threatening issues than ever.
In early 1978, the Rohingya minority, based on Muslim religious beliefs mostly, were the residents of the Rakhaine district in Myanmar.Despite historical background of their longstanding presence and resistance in the Rakhine state, the government of Myanmar refused to give any recognition to their rights to citizenship and marked them as “illegal immigrants,tresspassers” from Bangladesh and India .
Undoubtedly this is obviously a burning issues to both the counties, Indian territory and Bangladesh, as the Myanmar government called the Rohingyas as ‘Bengalis’,’illegal immigrants’…
Though this year old genocide recognised as the part of the Burmese nation,with their valid citizenship,when recent Burma gained their independence from the British rule.
The modern state of Rakhine was the only ever state of the early Burma for a brief period..Therefore, it is no wonder that it has an ethnic mixture of religion and culture, which is very different from the rest of the mainland Burma..
But the Arakan(Rakhaine)region in the western part has always been separated from the mainland Burma by a high and touch traverse coastline mountain range. Therefore, both in ethnic and socio-Political backgrounds, the natural links of the Rakhaine state were across the Bay of Bengal to India rather than the rest of the mainland Burma.
The Rohingyas’ language is Bengali-Assamese branch,which based on Indo-Aryan group of languages,though the region inherited multi-confessional,including Hindus,Buddhists, and Muslims together.
Recent situation is horrible, occurring for the detention camps around Cox Bazaar area,Bangladesh.
The small country is now facing a terrible threat of climate change due to ongoing Rohingya immigrants issue,PM Sheikh Hasina said.
The South Asian nation repeatedly urged to the International community to put pressure on neighbouring country Myanmar to take their primitive old and original inhabitants of them.
Despite repeated attempts, Rohingyas are not even agreed to return to their homeland, because of their fear and destructive behaviour, previously done by the Myanmar government.
On the other hand, Cox Bazaar in Bangladesh gradually losing its forest Reserve, hills, and facing a tremendous threat of declining biodiversity
We are as conscious inhabitants of this planet still don’t know when this sensitive issue will be solved by the government of Myanmar, Bangladesh and India..
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Sonali Chanda : Eminent, young photographer, blogger Sonali Chanda is now launched her first travelogue as a promising author, with her personal experience about her travelling, photography about some unexplored stories about the land of high passes. She traveled different off route places , gathered thrilling experiences which will be shared with her readers gradually one after another in her series of books, She completed her photography course in Panipath after her post graduation in English literature and Phonetics. Originally she is from Kolkata, but for her work schedule, she has to stay outside Kolkata very often. So, honorable readers, do cherish and enjoy her travelogue with her, which she is sharing with all her readers, friends and wellwishers. She witnessed almost several diversities of our Indian Plateau, worked over different subjects in photography.. . Khuri village in Rajasthan, she experienced the tribal locals of typical rajasthani culture, their classical folks, breeding farms of camels, and the most popular forts, that are all our heritage. Like Rajasthan, she covered Mandu, Orchha, Jhansi, and many more places for her photography to explore the rich Indian Heritage. Kashmir, her recent explore, gave her a special experience as she travelled the last Indian Village, Turtuk, where still Balti language exists among the villagers.. Even she is interested in hills and mountainous parts of the Greater Himalayas and The Karakoram ranges, she proved herself a skillful photographer, as well as travel-blogger to share her views and photography.. .

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