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Meeting to denounce persecution of Rohingya Muslims tomorrow

Meeting to denounce persecution of Rohingya Muslims tomorrow
Rohingya refugees from Myanmar's Rakhine state arrive near the Khanchon border crossing near the Bangladeshi town of Teknaf on September 5, 2017. Nearly 125,000 mostly Rohingya refugees have entered Bangladesh since a fresh upsurge of violence in Myanmar on August 25, the United Nations said September 5, as fears grow of a humanitarian crisis in the overstretched camps. The UN said 123,600 had crossed the border in the past 11 days from Myanmar's violence-wracked Rakhine state. / AFP PHOTO / K M ASAD

Hyderabad: An All-party meeting will be held against Muslim genocide in Myanmar on Sunday, September 10, from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm, at Numaish Ground, Nampally. Scholars, intellectuals and leaders of various parties and organisations will address the public meeting.

It must be noted that besides killings of Rohingya Muslims, hundreds of localities were destroyed and at least 270,000 Rohingya have fled from northern Myanmar into Bangladesh in the past two weeks. Lakhs of Muslims including elderly men and women and young children are screaming. They are forced to migrate.

The meeting is being held to denounce the brutality and inhuman treatment of Myanmar. Peace-loving residents are appealed to attend the meeting in large numbers.