Rakhine was experiencing “Bengali terrorism”, Wirathu said on Saturday as he emerged from a one-year preaching ban.
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Further charges – under Section 505 (b) of the penal code – for “inciting unrest” at the demonstration remain to be heard at a later date.
Parmaukkha was denied bail today on charges of inciting unrest during an anti-Rohingya protest outside the US embassy in Yangon last year.
Maung Thway Chon, the would-be chairman of the PUP, said, “Our policy is anti-Bengali and to lead in the development of Buddhism.”
A spokesperson for the religious affairs ministry said that local and township chapters of the Sangha Maha Nayaka have been instructed to stop the protests.