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They were not able to handle their own government which caused them to revolt against their own people and the British people took away all of their riches. They were also forced to stay away from the temples and their foods. British Colonialism affected India in there economics,
Overview The Muslim minority living in western Myanmar/Burma 's Rakhine State – almost 800000 people – identify themselves as Rohingya. For decades they have suffered legal and social discrimination. There are long-standing tensions with the Buddhist Rakhine community over land and resources. These conflicts, in term, have subjected the Rohingyas to be denied the right to citizenship and even the right to self identify. The Rohingyas are subject to many restrictions like banned from travelling without authorization and prohibited from working outside their villages, they cannot even get married without permission from the authorities, and severely lack sufficient access to food, medical care and education.
For many years India struggled greatly for their independence. The three major events in the Indian fight against British rule were: the Golden Temple Massacre, the Salt March, and the homespun movement. During the Temple Massacre British and Gurkha troops killed at least 379 unarmed Indians meeting at the Jallianwala Bagh, to discuss nonviolent resistance and protest. However, the British had passed a law that said they were forbidden from encouraging and having meetings about nonviolent protests. The Salt March, which took place in India, was an act of civil disobedience.
A year later, in 1997, SLORC initiated an anti-Muslim riot in Mandalay and other cities. The government reported to have involvement in the riot and it happened in Mandalay and other cities (Veen, 2005). The issue of anti-Muslim riots also happened in 2001, anti-Muslim violence had also done in Sitwe, Muslim and Buddhists killed and injured. Since that time, the Government decided for travel restriction on Muslim in the area of conflict, particularly those who do travel between Sitwee and others tows. In these cases, there were no informations whether Muslim-Rohingya involved in the conflict or not.
Myanmar is a country with a degree of ethnic diversity high as many as 135 ethnic inhabit this region. However, Rohingya ethnic Bengalis are not recognized by the military government as a citizen so they often experience discrimination. Military junta Policy that being repressive and anarchists against Rohingya began to look as real since Naga Min operation in 1978. Ne Win launched Operation King Dragon is a large -scale military operation in Arakan, this operation is intended to eradicate the Mujahideen groups accused of separatist efforts in the northern region of Arakan. Rohingyas are many who suffered torture, arbitrary arrests, and mass murder .
Soon after her book got published, in 1994, the book was ban in Bangladesh and there was a fatwa placed against Taslima Nasrin because the majority population of Muslims in the country was highly offended by the content of the book. This was the moment when the author got well known outside Bangladesh and India. The book ‘Lajja: Shame’ talks explicitly about how the minorities, the Hindus, in Bangladesh were affected after the massacre of the Babri mosque in 1992. After witnessing brutal sights in her own country, Taslima Nasrin penned down the story for the book in mere seven days a year later and got it published. The story of ‘Lajja’ is about a family of four members who belong to the Hindu religion who were attacked by the Muslims during the demolition of Babri Mosque.
Rohingyas are the one of the most minor Muslim group of people of 1.1 million people who lives in the Western part of Myanmar, the country of Buddhism. These people have been living in this country for centuries. However, they were not given the citizenship of the country. Rohingyas were always been neglected by the country but it became serious in the year 2012 after an incidence of a confliction between Muslim militants and Myanmar police. Since then the situation gets worse and worse and it ended up with inhuman acts like killing or Rape Rohingyas brutally till now.
Rohingya are often described as "the world's most persecuted minority". They are an ethnic group, majority of whom are Muslim, who have lived for centuries in the majority Buddhist Myanmar Currently, there are about 1.1 million Rohingya who live in the Southeast Asian country. The Rohingya speak Rohingya or Ruaingga, a dialect that is distinct to others spoken in Rakhine State and throughout Myanmar. They are not considered one of the country's official ethnic groups and have been denied citizenship in Myanmar since 1982, which has effectively rendered them stateless. Where are the Rohingya from?
Rohingya legislators were elected to the Parliaments of Myanmar until persecution increased in the late-20th century. Incitement of hatred and religious has spread over Rohingya which are caused by the “ultra – nationalist Buddhists”. The Myanmar military have been