The Burmese (Myanmar) Border Guard Police (BGP) robbed a house of a Ronhingya widow in northern Mangdaw on Tuesday night, the locals report.
The victim is identified to be 75-year-old Daw Mamuda from northern hamlet of ‘Ngakura (Nagpura)’ village tract. Around six BGP staffs — from the Ngakura Camp under the Commandment Area (Nay Myay) 5 — broke into her home around 9:00PM on December 15 and committed the robbery.
“Having destroyed the fence and the door, around 6 BGP personnel broke into the resident of the widow, Daw Mamuda, the wife of the late chairman of Ngakura village tract on Tuesday night. They searched her house and nothing illegal was found.
Yet, the BGP put a ‘Bangla SIM’ card into the rice bag by themselves. And they extorted Kyat 300,000 from her after accusing her of possessing illegal Bangala SIM Card.
Besides, they robbed Kyat 600,000 found in her locker,” said a relative of hers on the condition of anonymity.
The ruthless BGP extort money from the local Rohingya Muslims on arbitrary accusation, rob money and properties and break into their homes. Sometimes, they even go to the extent of killing innocent people. However, no higher authorities have taken actions against these ruthless BGP yet.