MPs urged to build pressure on govt. to stop Rohingya Muslims’ genocide
Rohingya refugees from Myanmar's Rakhine state leave for a refugee camp at Unchinprang in 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: President Secular Society Social Work, Mohammed Ahmed Shareef in a statement expressed deep concern over the atrocities on Rohingya Muslims and their genocide, and urged to stop the killings of Muslims in Burma.
He urged the secular minded MPs to mount pressure on government to stop Muslim genocide in Burma.
Besides he also appealed Muslim leaders to mount pressure on prime minister urging him to use his influence to stop Myanmar crisis.