The victim is identified to be Hashim, 43 who was a fish seller striving livelihood for his wife and children, including a disabled child by living in a concentration camp.
On 20 August, while Hashim was was
coming back to his home buying fish from Beda by a small boat, he
accidentally felt down in the breeding lake and disappeared. After a
day, his corpse was found near sandy shore at 11:30 pm.
Due to this tragedy, Hashim’s family
is unable to survive as he was the only wage earner of the family and
none of his children is old enough to earn.
This is not the first tragedy in this
lake, even at the beginning of August, 4 Rohingya people died due to
drowning boats there. People are compelled to move by this way as it’s
the only easy way left for the Rohingyas to travel from Thay Chaung to
Beda in search of livelihood.
Restriction of movement is another
genocidal tool which is strongly imposed on Rohingyas. Moreover
authorities are labeling these types of murders as accidental deaths,
where no one can be accounted even in the shield of so called