Malaysian police have detained the Rohingya who allegedly threatened Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina through posting a video in social media. The 41-year-old Myanmar citizen was arrested on June 24 from Sungai Petani of Kedah state, as the Malaysian news agency The Star Online confirmed.
According to the media, the accused is a construction worker. He is a member of the separatist group, Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA). According to the law enforcement agencies, he was also accused of illegally entering Malaysia in 1997, using fake travel papers and involvement in human trafficking in 2012. Along with him, Malaysian law enforcing agencies have arrested another Rohingya youth (25), one Indian and one Philippine national involved in militancy.