There have been consistent reports of army beatings, acts of intimidation and extra judicial killings of the Rohingya, who are Muslim. Decades of discrimination have left the Rohingya stateless, and they are viewed by the United Nations as one of the world’s most persecuted minorities. The role of opposition leader is also very discouraging. Aung San Suu Kyi the opposition leader refuse to criticize President Thein Sein, a former military general, for endorsing policies that could be seen as recommending ethnic cleansing have caused particular consternation.
The UN also took the notice of the Burma violence and UN investigator Tomas Ojea Quintana to visit from July 30 to August 4, as permitted by Burma’s government as well.The USA bans the imports on Burma and many other countries now showing concerns as well. In Pakistan the Pakistan’s Taliban has warned Islamabad to cut ties with Burma or face attacks in support of persecuted Muslims in the south-east Asian country. The violence, which reached its bloodiest point in June, constituted some of the country’s deadliest sectarian bloodshed in years and raised international concerns about the fate of the Rohingyas inside Burma.
Still the problem is unresolved while this dispute requires a serious solution for the stability of Muslims as well as all the minorities of Burma. The role of other peace loving authorities is highly required and heavy sanctions should impose on the Burma’s government until unless they tried seriously to solve the dispute peacefully.