The civil leader of Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi has been removed from the Sakharov Prize community by the European Parliament due to the crimes committed by her against Rohingya Muslims.
Aung San Suu Kyi Removed from Sakharov Prize Community
- Aung San Suu Kyi no longer remains a part of the Sakharov Prize Community.
- She accepted crimes against the Muslims of Rohingya.
- She was removed by the European parliament from the community.
Aung San Suu Kyi who was the Nobel Prize achiever will no longer be a part of the Sakharov Prize community. She was removed by European Parliament after she accepted the crimes against the Muslims of Rohingya.
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The award given to Aung San Suu Kyi for her work was given before 1990 and for this reason, the award cannot be called off. The other group leaders and speakers said that the decision is not correct as she has accepted the crime she did against the Muslim community of Rohingya.
3 years ago more than 743,000 people crossed the border and entered Bangladesh and said that they were discrimination in Myanmar. She was once cheered for being the most powerful civilian official and now she is being accused of not standing up against the abuse which took place.
She has commuted to reboot the allegations of Mass killing of Muslims and rape which took place in Rohingya. She will not participate in the events related to the Human rights campaign as she has accepted her crimes.
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Muslims of Rohingya were killed and raped. Muslims in many villages were killed and looted. At first, the government there denied any sort of discrimination that took place against Muslims.
Many Muslims entered the Bangladesh border said that their people were killed and they are being discriminated against, which was the reason for them to leave Myanmar and enter Bangladesh.
After a few years, the news about the people who killed Rohingya Muslims has been released and there is an investigation being carried out. Rohingya Muslims said that those people who killed Muslims must be punished for their crimes and hopes that justice would prevail.