LONDON - Al Mustafa Welfare Trust (AMWT) Chairman Abdul Razzaq Sajid has said that his charity organisation is working for int’l humanitarian relief and disasters and he has approached UK PM David Cameron to take a stronger stance over the killing of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. He urged the UK govt that killing of Rohingya Muslims was a matter of basic human rights which cannot be ignored, says a press release. Sajid said in a statement on Wednesday that on the request of Al Mustafa Welfare Trust, Muslim Charities Forum (MCF), an umbrella of leading Muslim charity organisation in UK, has written a letter to the PM David Cameron.

 and requested him to end the plight of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar and Bangladesh. Sajid said that plight of the Burmese Rohingya has taken a significant turn for the worse following violent clashes with Rakhan community in western Myanmar. Government restrictions on humanitarian access to the Rohingya community have left over 100,000 displaced people in desperate need of food, shelter and medical aid. Malnutrition rates in the northern Arakan state where some 800,000 Rohingya lives are far above the global indicator for a health crisis and are likely to further deteriorate as international NGOs have been forced to leave the area. Meanwhile, the tens of thousands of Rohingya that fled to neighboring Bangladesh to escape the brutal attacks have ended up as unregistered refugees with little access to aid or assistance. The Bangladesh authorities have refused to help the refugees and have ordered several international charity organisations to cease essential humanitarian aid operations. Conditions in campsites where Rohingya are stationed are atrocious, with disease rampant and standard of living extremely poor.