Aung San Suukyi and Rohingyas
Much has been talked and discussed about Aung San Suukyi's stand towards Rohingya community in Myanmar. She said that some terrorists/miscreants of Rohingya community attacked the security forces and so reciprocating measures had been taken by security forces . There is no denying that San Suukuyi should take a mild stand and attitude and discussion should be held with the community and Bangladesh Government following mass displacement and disproportiote violence with a view to solving the problem.
Now, the US Holocaust Museum has stripped Myanmmar's de facto leader Aung San Suukyi of a human rights award over the ongoing violence against Rohingya Muslim minority which was presented to her in 2012. Again, it is said that she refused to cooperate with the UN investigators, promulgated hateful rhetoric against the Rohingya community and denied access to and cracked down on jourlists trying to uncover the scope of the crimes in Rakhine state.
I would, therefore, request Aung San Suukyi to amicably solve the problem with the stakeholders as far as possible.
Bamgaon, Biswath Chariali,
Xi Jingpin’s Rise
Chi has once again given its choice, and the choice is for Xi Jinping to continue as the President of the world's most populous tion and commander of the world's largest army. But this impression is not the reality. The fact is that in Chi the system is totalitarian, not democratic, and Jinping is not a mass choice. Who asked the people of Chi which leader they want to be their President? As far as Northeast India is concerned, Aruchal Pradesh remains an issue for Chi, and under Jinping's leadership, Chi has always shown belligerence on the issue. Now also the same will continue, it seems.