Investigation group into Rakhine crimes holds second meeting

Crime Investigation body on Rakhine holds the 2nd coordination meeting.  Photo: MNA
Crime Investigation body on Rakhine holds the 2nd coordination meeting.  Photo: MNA

The Crime Investigation and Litigation Group held their second meeting at the Office of the Union Attorney-General in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
First, Group Chairman Union Attorney-General U Tun Tun Oo said ARSA attacked police outposts, police stations and Tatmadaw troops in Northern Rakhine on 25 August 2017, and this was followed by clashes between ARSA and security forces.
He said the final report of the Independent Commission of Enquiry (ICOE) said crimes had been committed in 13 areas of Maungtaw, Buthidaung and Yethedaung townships during those clashes.
U Tun Tun Oo said the Group’s first meeting was held on 14 February and cases that have been opened, are ongoing and in the middle of inspection will be reviewed and priority cases will be submitted in this meeting. He said a joint investigation task force was formed to look into this matter with Notification No. 1/2020. The Union Attorney-General said they will collaborate with Myanmar Police Force to ensure all cases proceed smoothly and swiftly.—MNA (Translated by Zaw Htet Oo)

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