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Strongest call for effective action against Myanmar military for Byine Phyu village massacre



Narinjara News, 9 June 2024

 

203 international Arakanese communities and alliance nationalities strongly condemned the Myanmar military for committing war crimes, particularly the mass killing of civilians in Byine Phyu village under  Sittwe township of Arakan State.

 

They  also urged the United Nations, ASEAN and the international community to take effective action against the military junta.

 

A statement,  issued on 7 June, said that a military column the Tatmadaw and State Administration Council (SAC) raided Set Yoe Kya Byine Phyu village on 29 May and committed crimes against humanity and genocide, including inhuman mass killings of more than 70 civilians, destroying some bodies and gang-raping & killing of women.

 

The Arakanese organizations worldwide, along with the brotherhood alliance of nationalities, strongly condemn the perpetrators of the senseless and violent mass murder.  They also demand justice and effective punishment for those murderers, said the statement.

 

It expressed grief over the victims and  bereaved families due to the loss of innocent lives because of senseless killings and mentioned that Arakanese organizations across the world will provide emergency assistance to the affected families.

 

The statement also indicated that war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide continue to be perpetrated by the army, navy and air force personnel through the bombing on  Arakanese towns & villages, shelling and targeting innocent civilians.

 

The global Arakanese communities along with alliances demand that the UN and ASEAN should expel Myanmar, which is run by the junta forces and it continues violating international laws and the UN charter, asserted the statement.

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