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who are effectively stateless. since the military launched a counteroffensive against Rohingya insurgents in late August.Myanmar does not recognise the roughly 11 million Rohingyas as citizens leaving them effectively stateless Also Read: ‘Guru ka langar’ begins at Bangladesh-Myanmar border target 35000 meals per day The following are questions and answers on the violence: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE VIOLENCE IN MYANMAR The military says it is protecting Myanmar against attacks by the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) which it has labelled a terrorist group and accuses of killings and destruction in Rakhine state Human rights monitors and fleeing Rohingya say the army and ethnic Rakhine Buddhist vigilantes have mounted a campaign of arson aimed at driving out the Rohingya Rights groups say an independent investigation is required to determine possible abuses or violations by various parties Also Read: As Rohingya flee Myanmar leader Suu Kyi skips UN meeting because of ‘Rakhine terrorist attacks’ Rohingya refugees stand outside their temporary shelters at no man’s land between Bangladesh-Myanmar border as Myanmar security forces walk past a fence in Maungdaw Myanmar September 9 2017 REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui DOES THE VIOLENCE AND EXODUS AMOUNT TO ETHNIC CLEANSING Yes according to United Nations officials and rights groups Top UN officials have said the violence in Myanmar is a case of “textbook ethnic cleansing” The UN has in the past defined ethnic cleansing as “rendering an area ethnically homogeneous by using force or intimidation to remove persons of given groups from the area”Ethnic cleansing is not recognised as a separate crime under international law But allegations of ethnic cleansing as part of wider systematic human rights violations have been heard in international courts against individuals – including former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic who was convicted of genocide Rohingya refugees walk on the muddy path after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Teknaf Bangladesh September 3 2017 REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain Phil Robertson deputy director for Asia at Human Rights Watch (HRW) said initial investigations in Myanmar were “indicative of an ethnic cleansing campaign” “When an army is burning people out of their villages all over northern Rakhine state and using violence against civilians it results in the kind of incredible refugee flows we’re seeing” he added Myanmar has denied allegations of ethnic cleansing ARE WE SEEING GENOCIDE WAR CRIMES CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has said the killing of hundreds of Rohingya amounted to genocide but rights groups have so far stayed away from these labels because all three categories are clearly defined and covered in international law For the ongoing violence to be considered war crimes the parties involved would have to be at war Currently experts say Myanmar is not technically at war because it only has one party – the military – that is organised enough to carry out intensive fighting operations Also Read: After Dhaka SOS on Rohingyas New Delhi to send relief flight Rohingya refugees walk on the shore after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border by boat through the Bay of Bengal in Shah Porir Dwip Bangladesh on Monday Danish Siddiqui/Reuters “We have not yet been able to determine whether a ‘state of war’ is present in Rakhine state” said HRW’s Robertson Crimes against humanity and genocide could be taking place even in the absence of war but under UN definitions there would need to be proof of other conditions such as broader systematic attacks against the Rohingyas WHAT DOES THE DISCOVERY OF LANDMINES MEAN Human rights groups have accused Myanmar of laying anti-personnel mines along the border with Bangladesh to prevent Rohingya refugees from returning to Rakhine state Because the crisis is not currently defined as a war this cannot be considered a war crime according to experts However it would violate other international human rights laws even though Myanmar is not party to the 1997 Mine Ban Treaty “For nations that are not parties to the treaty the use of anti-personnel mines violates customary international law because the weapons are inherently indiscriminate and cause disproportionate long-term harm to civilians” said Richard Weir a legal expert at HRW Rohingya refugees walk on a muddy path after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh September 8 2017 REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui A Myanmar military source told Reuters that landmines were laid along the border in the 1990s to prevent trespassing and the military had since tried to remove them but that none had been planted recently WHO SHOULD BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR THE VIOLENCE AND HOW In international law an individual can be held criminally responsible for when a state or military commits war crimes or crimes against humanity Rights groups have called for an independent investigation of abuses by all parties including ARSA Many believe the government and the military should be held responsible “Myanmar is systematically violating the rights of the Rohingya … and both the government and the military now need to suffer serious consequences for this” said HRW’s Robertson Rohingya children above Some 16500 Rohingyas from Myanmar are registered with the United Nations Human Rights Commission(UNHRC) in India About 40000 are said to be staying illegally (AP/File) CAN THE MYANMAR MILITARY BE HELD RESPONSIBLE This depends on the findings of an independent investigation if the Myanmar government allows one to take place experts say Rights groups have called for the UN Security Council to also reprimand Myanmar in other ways for instance by imposing sanctions such as an arms embargo They have also urged countries including the United States and Australia to suspend bilateral military ties A Rohingya refugee girl sits next to her mother who rests after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Teknaf Bangladesh September 6 2017 REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui CAN MYANMAR LEADER AUNG SAN SUU KYI BE HELD RESPONSIBLE The 1991 Nobel Peace Prize winner has faced widespread international criticism for not doing enough to protect the Rohingya community Suu Kyi has no direct control over the military which remains powerful under Myanmar’s army-written constitution But she is Myanmar’s foreign minister and de facto civilian leader and has defended the military operation “It’s premature to speculate” said Robertson adding that individual responsibility should be based on an impartial investigation WHO TRIES SUCH CASES The International Criminal Court (ICC) based in The Hague Netherlands has the jurisdiction to prosecute crimes of genocide war crimes and crimes against humanity Myanmar is among the countries which also include the United States and China that are not signatory to the treaty that created the ICC so it is not obligated to cooperate But if the UN Security Council were to refer a case to the court then Myanmar being a member of the UN, The executives declined to quantify the amount of that market share.” He noted changing consumer tastes behind the rise in demand. Previously,” he said.treasurer, At the booth level,s killing only provoked the Bengal government, said an official In the past few weeksMaoists also killed several Trinamool workers as warningsbut this backfired These decisions may have been taken against Kishenjis wishes or he may not have been aware The Bengal government had warned it would not tolerate the killings Within three months of Mishras killingMallojulawith a weak left legwas killed Of courseit was a tip-off from withinhe was set up? said the official In factthe team which shot him dead had specific information of his location and the number of persons guarding him; they even cross-checked if one of the female guards was his wifeofficials in Andhra Pradesh said The news of Kishenjis death was followed by a pall of gloom in Telangana districts People gathered at public places and sang folk songs in his honour For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related News This familiarity reached such a stage that it was ridiculed ?

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