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Hidden agenda of so-called Rohingya or Chittagonian Bengali.

Historical evidence of a Chittagonian Bengalis transporter, Train. Arakan Light Railway. (Buthidaung) named printed on oval shape plate on the side of Train. Buthidaung-Maungdaw railway line. It opened in 1918 and closed in 1926.

Arakan Flotilla Company, Buthidaung-Maungdaw Tramway #1, Buthidaung (BP 5702/1913) The Smallest design built by Beyer Peacock, the line closed in 1926. In mass migration of Chittagonian seasonal laborers to and fro, the Arakan Flotilla Company constructed a Railway between Buthidaung and Maungdaw in 1914. Their plan was to connect Chittagong by railway with Buthidaung, from where the Arakan Flotilla Steamers were ferrying Chittagonians to Akyab(now Sittwe) and other town in central and southern Arakan. Later on they settle down in Arakan. Obviously, they are the Chittagonian Bengalis of Chittagong areas (now Bangladesh). 1. Parents are pure Chittagonian Bengalis, how can their children be so-called "Rohingya . 2. No "Rohingya" during British time census records and Burmese census records, therefore no "Rohingya in Burma. British called them Chittagonian Bengali and they speak 100% Chittagonian dialects. They are pure Bengalis. From where the word "Rohingya" has come? 3. The Chittagonian Bengalis were coming from East Bengal, East Pakistan (now Bangladesh). We have never seen the word(term) "Rohingya" in Burmese history, Rakhine(Arakan) history and in the history of Bengal. Anyway, their native country is Bangladesh. 4. So-called Rohingya ship wreck story cannot make a human race, this is very fanciful and fake story. All of their fake and fanciful story cannot overtake or supersede British time reports and records. 5. We have already seen the elephant, so no need to trace the elephant footprints. (During British time the Chittagonian Bengalis came from Chittagong district to Arakan as Seasonal laborers for rice cultivation, hard labors for railway road construction, and coolies for rice mills and rice export. All the records are documented in British administration).They crossed Naff river to reach Maungdaw, Arakan State, Burma. 6.Issue to be considered deeply is that "Can the crossing of Naff river create a new race ??? 7. According to Captain W. White field commander of British army in Saint Martin island(Shahpuri) near Teknaff Bangladesh , in his book "A political history of the Extraordinary Events which led to

The Burmese War" Published by W. Sams, in 1827 London, mentioned that in 1811 there were no Mohammedan in Teknaff, the west bank of Maungdaw. Therefore no Bengali in Maungdaw in 1811. 8. Hidden agenda of so-called "Rohingya" is very dangerous to our NATION Myanmar and our ethnicity. It has been created by INVADER Chittagonian Bengalis, in 1942 genocide to Buddhist Rakhine people in Buthidaung and Maungdaw. Jamiatul-Ulama Maungdaw wrote to A. G. Bottomley in 1947, to recognize Buthidaung, Maungdaw and western part of Rathedaung as a Muslim Autonomous State. They also requested Md Ali Jinnah, to annex our land to East Pakistan in 1947. In 1950s Mujahid insurgency had a movement for seperate Muslim State.( All events and records are in sound documentary evidence). Obviously, so-called "Rohingya" were never loyal to our country. Chittagonian Bengalis in Buthidaung and Maungdaw created themselves a new name Rohingya, to create an ethnic of Burma. At the same time they claimed autonomous state for Buthidaung, Maungdaw and western part of Rathedaung area. Therefore Rakhine ethnics clearly knew that the Chittagonian Bengalis are aggressively invading our land and claimed as their native land to be autonomous Muslim State. Obviously, Rakhines know the created name Rohingya was a spearhead to fight Rakhine ethnics and to occupy our father land. The Burmese people, especially the Rakhines, get annoyed and angry if they hear the so-called Rohingya word which is a very hostile word. 9. Therefore "Rohingya" word is hostile to our nation, our people, and our ethnicity, especially to Arakan (Rakhine) people, who live peacefully under Buddha teaching. The usage of this hostile word is agitating the communal conflicts to become bigger. Both sides of innocent people were suffering from huge conflicts by this aggressive word "Rohingya". The Bengali leaders inside and outside Myanmar, the word using so-called "Rohingya", to create more hatred and tension between the two communities. Rakhine people know the meaning of so-called "Rohingya" is INVADER as mentioned above. On the other hand so-called Rohingya word was created by invader Mujahid terrorists who killed Rakhine and ethnics of Rakhine in Buthidaung and Maungdaw areas. So we never accept this hostile name Rohingya and continued usage of this word would always create communal conflicts. But we can accept the true name Bengali, because of Bengali word is a real word. It cannot create fake ethnic. Bengali can get citizenship according to prevailing law. We always agree to their citizenship right according to law. They can be a good citizen of Burma. If they surrender so-called Rohingya word and respect Myanmar life style, we can give up our clench and give a hand shake to them. Then we can start discussing with them to go for a sustainable peace and social harmony. But they are trying and shouting to get an ethnic status instead of trying to get citizenship. 10.To have a reconciliation and social harmony, they must show first their sincerity, accept the truths and surrender the created word "Rohingya". After that we will continue to discuss, to get truth and gain trust. Both sides must be honest. But we cant accept illegal Bangalees. On 23 December 1975, the then Bangladesh Ambassador to Burma Khwaja Mohammed Kaiser admitted that there were upward of million Bangalee trespassers in Arakan whom the Burmese had some right to eject. Therefore Bangladesh government should also take full responsibility for this Chittagonian Bengalis issue, as a good neighbor. Mya Min Site Tway (Sittwe), updated (27.12.12) 11:15 AM Arakan State (Rakhaing State), Myanmar .

Jacques P. Leider, Ecole francaise d Extreme-Orient (EFEO) . Yangon 18 October 2012. Page 15

The Muslims in Rakhine and the political project of the Rohingya

{Historical background of an unresolved communal conflict in contemporary Myanmar} By Jacques P. Leider (Arakan History Expert), EFEO Yangon, 18 October 2012