Photo By: Mohammad Rakibul Hasan
A Rohingya man brings relief for aid organizations. The Rohingya are one of the most persecuted ethnic classes in the world. They are a minor Muslim ethnic group who have been living in Myanmar for centuries. However, due to the racism and many other socio-political issues accelerated by the majority in Myanmar, they became a victim to being categorized as Bengali descendants, who began recent migration on August 2017 from Myanmar to Bangladesh. These people are deprived of their ethnic rights by their own country, which includes non-enlistment along with 135 other official ethnic groups, as the Myanmar government has regarded them as stateless refugees from Bangladesh. Over one million Rohingyas used to live in Myanmar, and they are the most persecuted people in the world, and their current exodus has made more vulnerable.