It is the matter of great concern that Muslim genocide by Burma and Buddhist mobs is humanitarian crisis.
Rakhine, the less develop region in Myanmar, is home to Rohingya. Decades of deprivation and state of uncertainty resulted lawlessness and instability. Equally, dictator and unstable democratic regime fail to mitigate the conditions of destitute people.
The current surge in violence is failure of present government and leadership. Violence erupted in a week ago when around eight police officers were killed.
In consequence, 58,000 Refugee fleeing to Bangladesh and 1 million people are homeless.
Further, more than 100 people died.
Government, Burma and Buddhist mobs are involved in rape, killing and set fire villages.
In reaction, Britain foreign secretary Boris Johnson warns noble laureate Aung San Suu Kyi over discrimination again Muslim. Besides, international institutions and individuals are showed concerns sever human rights violation.
Immediate measures required to stop the violence and to end the prejudice that afflicts both Muslims and other communities in Rakhine.