Muslim man decapitated in northern Rakhine after refuting accusations against security forces

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Dus Mammad, also known as Runarmyar, answers questions to journalists at his village.

A Muslim man in Ngakhuya Village in northern Rakhine was beheaded Thursday after he refuted accusations against security forces of arson attacks, rapes and extrajudicial arrests to independent journalists.
Dus Mammad, also known as Runarmyar, who is currently volunteering as an in-charge of the village library, answered questions raised by the group
cof independent journalists comprising 13 reporters and photojournalists at the village on 21st December.
Following the interview, he came back home at around 6 pm and changed his clothes and went out to the village.
As he did not arrive back home till 10.45 pm, his elder brother Dil Muhamad informed the village’s head U Georgyi Aung and the Ngakhuya Police Station.
While probing into the case, the security forces were informed by his elder brother that he found some blood stains near Dotan Village.
The security forces found the body of Dus Mammad without his head and with two stabs on both thighs.
Security forces are investigating this case.

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