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More local ethnics fleeing homes after ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists attacked return as regional stability improves

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Nay Pyi Taw October 12

Among the local ethnics fleeing their homes in the aftermath of attacks by ARSA extremist Bengali terrorists in Rakhine State, those taking refugee at the Dhammayon of Lawka Marn Aung Pagoda, the Pauktawpyin Village monastery and the Theinnyothit Village monastery in Mrauk-U Township are willing to return home as community peace and stability has been restored thanks to security forces’ measures for ensuring the rule of law.

Of those local natives, 116 people of 34 households from Phawutchaung, Aungmingalar and Khayaymyaing and Fourth Mile villages in Maungtaw Township and Ward-5, Khahtila and Pauktaw villages in Buthidaung Township were transported in six Tatmadaw vehicles under the escort of security forces this afternoon. Continued assistance will be rendered for more local people who want to return home.

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