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Suu Kyi should return her Nobel : Kailash Satyarthi

Bhopal, Oct 7:-- Slamming the Myanmar government for the Rohingya crisis, Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi on Friday said  Aung San Suu Kyi should  return her Nobel prize, CNN-News 18 reported.

 

Speaking at his  Bharat Yatra programme for making India safer for children, Satyarthi came down heavily on the Sui Kyi-led Myanmar government for the atrocities on Rohingyas and said the treatment being met out to the community is  not at par with the ‘human values’.

 

Satyarthi urged the global community for restoring rights of Rohingyas.

 

He said he had written  to United Nations for its intervention.

  “I am not at all a supporter of Hindu-Muslim disparity, each and every human being should be given due respect,” the child rights crusader said.

 

 Satyarthi claimed that last year 15,000 people were convicted in child abuse cases but only a paltry four per cent saw conviction while six per cent were exonerated of the charges for lack of evidences.

 

“It’s unfortunate that child rights are still violated so much in the age of fast technology and connectivity,” he said.

 

Satyarthi said that millions of kids globally don’t have access to education and basic amenities.

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