Nearly 200 Hindu families displaced by violence in western Myanmar’s Rakhine state last year will be resettled from refugee camps to a village outside of Maungdaw township in around two months, a camp leader said Friday.More than 1,200 Hindus are living in refugee camps in the townships of Maungdaw and Sittwe after fleeing Muslim insurgents from the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) who burned down their homes and killed members of their community in August 2017.Ni Maul, a Hindu social worker and community leader at the refugee camp in Maungdaw told RFA’s Myanmar Service that officials from the township’s general administrative office recently informed her that they are building homes for Hindu refugees near Aung Bala village, near Maungdaw.
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