Yangoon, Burma (BBN)-Burmese United Armed Unit (BUAU) is well prepared to confront the western gate, Burma-Bangladesh border, if the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) move forward following the most recent unrest.

Thestateless.com published a report in this regard quoting a major from Yangoon.

But name of the major was not revealed due to security concern.

Moreover, Burmese troops are well prepared to severely confront with Bangladesh which is proportionally one-fourth of Burma.

Burma draws policy of zero-tolerance in border-tensions and Burmese ‘Tatmadaw’ (army) determined to occupy from Teknaf to Chittagong hill tract if Bangladesh moves forward against the Burma, he added.

According to Nay Pyi Taw (Central government) source, the Burmese united armed unit—paramilitary, police force, border guard police, navy, army and intelligence department— already mobilised in western gate in order to protect it from sudden penetration of BGB.

Unfortunately, following the mobilisation of Burmese United Armed Units along western gate, Burma-Bangladesh border, Rohingya residents in Maungdaw district face terrible catastrophic situation.

The Burmese united armed unit forcefully orders Rohingya to carry the heavy loads of the BUAU. The Rohingya residents terribly fear that the BUAU will massively arrest them in this so called border tension opportunity as the BUAU mistreat them repressively now.

It is most fearful that the BUAU set some Rohingya with their BUAU uniform along the western gate in order to defense the members of BUAU during shot against the BGB and the Rohingya residents do not return to their residence from mountainous forests where Burmese Border Police erected camps and their families are seriously upset.

Many Burmese retired generals from Yangoon commented that the tension between Burma and Bangladesh is a kind of unwanted tension which the Burmese quasi-civilian regime led by President Thein Sein created to maneuver the military power and to win in 2015 poll standing on the side of Rakhine extremists who do not want Rohingya.

Tension has been brewing up along the Bangladesh-Myanmar border since May 28 when Myanmar’s Border Guard Police (BGP) opened fire at BGB patrol teams at a Rohingya refugee camp near the border.

After the incident, a BGB trooper remained missing.

Later on May 31, the Burmese troops handed over the body of BGB nayek Mizanur Rahman to Bangladesh border officials.

Following the killing and unprovoked firing, the foreign ministry of Bangladesh three times summoned the Burmese ambassador in Dhaka to protest the untoward incident.

BBN/ANS/AD-02June14-1:00pm (BST)