Mr. Tun Khin, President Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK interviewed by BBC NEWS on 10th March 2017.
In a recent interview with BBC NEWS Mr Tun Khin, President Burmese Rohingya Organisation UK (BROUK) shared his own experience and testimonies himself collected from the real Raped victims, Burnet houses, Torture & Extreme sufferer on the ground who fled from Northern Arakan State to Bangladesh camps especially after 9th October 2016.
He described the worst situation in Arakan state, where in this 21st century how the Myanmar Military under the so-called democratic Gov is treating the humanity horrifically, it’s catastrophic situation against the Rohingya minority in Myanmar. More than 1000 Rohingya have been killed, more than 500 women been raped, elderly people been burnt alive. houses been burned. This the worse situation Rohingya have been facing especially after 9th October 2016.
Mr Tun also mentions the Rohingya’s history. Rohingya ethnicity was recognised on 1948 democratic period. There was a time when there used to be a Rohingya language programs were broadcasting on the state radio from 1961 to 1965.
He said “UN intervention is the only way to save the lives of Rohingya in Arakan now. We must bring the military criminals to International Criminal Court.
He also added that “international community must pressure Burmese government to stop the killing Rohingya people and raping the women.” Rohingya should be treat humanely and with dignity.