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Jumma Peoples Network Korea,a culture association organized a colorful rallies and press conference in protest against the communal attacks , arson and looting by the Bengali settlers backed by army-police in the hill villages of Langadu upazila of Rangamati district on June 2, 2017.
On 9 July (Sunday), a colorful rally was started at the head office of the Korean Buddist Joge Order (Jogesa Temple) at 11 am local time.
Then, in the midst of the Gonghoyamun Square, a press conference was held at the foot of the sculpture of the famous military commander, Issuncin of Korea. JPNK Chief Adviser Ronel Chakma Nani spokes on behalf of the organization, highlighting the human rights situation of CHT in the press conference.
Pramod Chakma also spoke on the protest rally and the concluding speech was addressed by Advisor Jidim Chakma.The Chief Coordinator Na hiyon peel of the Seoul-based human rights organization 'The Korean House for International Solidarity' also spoke on solidarity and reads out the announcement, Miss M.P. Kim Yonga director of the Migration Human Rights Organization.Ratna Kirti Chakma performed the show.
Jumma Peoples Network Korea, Korean House for International Solidities, Buddist Solidarity for Reform, Moha Council for Supporting Migrants also attended on press conference and rally.
At the end of the program, the program was concluded by organizing a concerted song in the presence of the organization's general secretary Nikhil Chakma.
In the slogan, the protester rally and the the incident human bondage chamber of langadu firing was strongly condemned in the rally. at the same time,immediately arrest the culprits and demanded to bring them under the law.
Apart from this, the condemnation and protests were made by complaining that Ramel Chakma was assassinated after physical torture by the army in Rangamati,Naniyachar.
At this time the Protesters urged the government of Bangladesh to investigate human rights violations in the CHT along with international community intervention to prevent human rights violations.
The complaint is that,
The Bengali settlers led by the local Awami League-Juba League perpetrated an organized attack involving arson and plundering the Jumma houses in Tintila of Longadu Upazila Sadar and in the adjacent Manikjorchara and Batya Para with active support of the army-police forces from 9:30 am to 2:00 pmon 2 June 2017. Around 250 houses were burnt to ashes during the arson attack. Of them, there were 94 houses and shops in Tintila of Longadu sadar, 88 houses in Manikjorchara and 42 houses in Batya Para. During the incident, one Guna Mala Chakma (75) died inside a burning house for not being able to flee and three innocent Jumma villagers were also subjected to beating of Bengali settlers.