A resolution, condemning brutal killing of Rohingya Muslims in Rakhine State has been presented in Punjab Assembly today ( Tuesday).
According to details, the participants of the session strongly denounced the unrest that claimed lives of more than 400 people while thousands of them fled to Bangladesh.
In Karachi, lawyers recorded their protest and boycotted judicial proceedings.
On the other hand, reports of massacres and the systematic torching of villages by security forces as well as by militants — have further amplified tensions, raising fears that communal violence in Rakhine is spinning out of control.
Myanmar’s Information Committee appeared earlier this week to confirm a major security operation took place around the village on Sunday afternoon as a patrol clashed with scores of Rohingya militants.