Myanmar Army Chief calls on US General to stop ‘Rohingya massacre’
The US Joint Chiefs Staff’s Chairman, General Joseph Dunford, told Myanmar to take action against the army chief General Min Aung Having to stop the ongoing torture and genocide on Rohingyas. He said, ‘This situation can not continue. The US General’s Phone to Myanmar Army Chief
On Thursday, US Ambassador to the United Nations Nicki Healy said this information. He said that the United States Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi is not only capable to stop the Rohingya torture.
The Advocacy Commission on Rakhine State was formed in August 2016 to resolve the ongoing conflict between the Rohingya people in Rakhine state and the long-standing army-violence crisis. The Commission, led by former United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Anan, submitted the final report of the one-year investigation to Myanmar ruling party chief Aung San Suu Kyi on August 24 this year. The US General’s Phone to Myanmar Army Chief
A few hours after submitting this 63-page report, on August 24, there were a number of mysterious attacks in the police and army battles on the night of August 24. The attack of 12 members of the security forces was killed in the attack. After that, the army started the attack. The US General’s Phone to Myanmar Army Chief
Thousands of people have died in the army’s attack so far, and in spite of killing 400,000 Rohingyas crossed the border and took shelter in Bangladesh. The number of people living in the boat is escaped. International analysts believe that Myanmar army started the killing in order to not implement.