Yangon (Chindwin): Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army claims respected Rohingya leader Mr Muhibbullah was assassinated by unidentified transnational border-based criminals and rejects the accusation of Arakan Army (AA) over the alleged kidnapping of two Rakhine teachers near Bangladeshi border in statements released on Wednesday.
ARSA says Twan Mrat Naing’s accusation of ARSA is a clear indication of their propaganda to stop the Rohingya repatriation process by flaring up the fire of communal violence and to exterminate more Rohingyas from their ancestral homeland.
Commander-In-Chief of Arakan Army – Twan Mrat Naing traded back to ARSA in a tweet, saying that the latest statement reminds him of similar cases and makes him wonder who assassinated Mr Muhibbullah? Anyone with good common sense knows who did what. You can’t deflect accountability with just a pharisaical statement.
Commander-In-Chief of Arakan Army, General Twan Mrat Naing tweeted in a response to ARSA’s statements on Wednesday. Photo/Twitter
Many write about their worriedness on Twitter over the two parties trading blame on social media, which appears to be a result of a hidden build-up between the two sides for some time.