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May 2022

Episode: KPN 31-5-2022

Kaladan Radio May 31, 2022 287 3


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Rohingya are among those arrested in Malaysia

More than 700 foreigners, including Burmese nationals, were arrested in an operation near the Klang Mae Rue market on Friday, led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Director General of the Immigration Department in Selangor, Malaysia.

More than 600 UNHCR card holders and more than 50 undocumented migrants were arrested in the vicinity of Malaysia’s Selangor state, led by the Malaysian interior minister and the director general of the Immigration Department. The detainees were believed to be Rohingya from Burma because of the large number of UNHCR card holders are Rohingya in Malaysia.

Thiha Maung Maung, who is assisting Burmese detainees in Malaysian detention centers

More than 600 UNHCR card holders and more than 50 undocumented migrants were arrested in the vicinity of Malaysia’s Selangor state, led by the Malaysian interior minister and the director general of the Immigration Department. Thiha Maung Maung, who is assisting Burmese detainees in Malaysian detention centers, said they were believed to be Rohingya from Burma because of the large number of UNHCR card holders are Rohingya in Malaysia.

“There are other places on the Klang Mae Ru side, but there is a lot of work there. According to their sources, there are about 700 of them. About 700 are Burmese, including Bangladeshis, Indonesians, and foreigners. There are many people.

The detainees were taken to a detention center for questioning. Thiha Maung Maung said they were being vetted.

“They have been sent to detention centers temporarily. They will be re-examined at the detention centers. Now they are being detained by the Immigration and are being held at the detention center and will be released if the information is correct.”

Thiha Maung Maung said the arrests were part of a plot to force them to return home.

“They are asking those who will return with the CI to return by the 30th of June at the latest. Like this plan, such arrests are usually made in the six to 12 months. Now it is considered that the plan is large.”

More than 100 Rohingya who fled the detention center on the 20th of last month have not yet been recaptured, and the Rohingya are still being hunted down. Arrests will continue not only around Klan Mae Ru Market but also around Salaram Paso Boron Market, where most Rohingya live, the Malaysian Home Minister said.

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