Seven more Rohingya with gunshot and burn injuries were admitted in Chittagong Medical College Hospital (CMCH) between Sunday night and Monday afternoon.
Speaking to the Dhaka Tribune yesterday, Assistant Sub-Inspector Alauddin Talukdar of CMCH police outpost said the patients were injured during the ongoing military persecution by Myanmar security forces in the country’s Rakhine state.
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The injured who were admitted on Sunday night were identified as Md Yunus, 20, Md Alam, 20, Bashir Ullah, 65, Khaled Hossain, 25, and Hossain Joha, 22.
Of them Hossain Joha was injured by bomb blasts.
On Monday afternoon, two more injured Rohingya were brought into the CMCH around 3pm. They are: Ayatullah, 17, and Abdul Goni, 57.
Goni was beaten by the security force members with rifle stocks, said CMCH sources.
With these seven patients, the number of injured Rohingya receiving medical treatment at the CMCH, since the latest military crackdown began in Rakhine, now stands at 48.
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