The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, has called for a thorough investigation into the killing of “Mohbullah”, a leader of the Rohingya minority, at the hands of gunmen in a camp in Bangladesh.
The spokesman for the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Robert Colvile, held a press conference at the United Nations office in Geneva, Switzerland, on Friday, and read out Bachelet’s statement regarding the killing of “Lord of God.”
Bachelet expressed her shock and deep sadness at the death of “God’s Lover”, according to her statement.
She stressed that the killing of Mohib Ullah is a clear example of the insecurity in the camps, calling for an “immediate, thorough and effective” investigation.
Yesterday, the United Nations strongly condemned the killing of “Muhib Ullah” in a refugee camp in the “Cox’s Bazar” area.
“The United Nations strongly condemns the killing of the Rohingya refugee leader (Mohib Ullah) in Cox’s Bazar,” Deputy Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General Stephanie Tremblay said at a press conference at the UN headquarters in New York.
On Wednesday, gunmen killed Mohib Ullah, one of the most prominent leaders of Rohingya Muslims, who heads the “Peace and Human Rights of the Arakan Rohingya Association.”
Mohib Ullah, 46, was a well-known advocate for the persecuted Rohingya minority in Myanmar and has emerged as a community leader among refugees in Bangladesh.
Since August 25, 2017, the Myanmar armed forces and Buddhist militias have launched a military campaign and brutal massacres against the Rohingya in Arakan, killing thousands of them, according to identical local and international sources, as well as taking nearly one million refugees to Bangladesh, according to the United Nations.
Recently Bangladesh has temporarily released the opposition leader Khaleda Zia. The former Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Khaleda Zia was prosecuted in the court. She was alleged to be involved in a series of corruption cases and scandals in the country.
Such an incident, the killing of a Rohingya Muslim leader, in Bangladesh is a successful attempt to tarnish the peaceful and humanitarian image of Prime Minister of Bangladesh Sheikh Hasina who once was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. Sheikh Hasina is the daughter of the father of the nation Sheikh Mujibur Rahman also known as Bangabandhu. Heinous tricks like this are very common in the region played by political opponents.