The army chief insists that Rohingya people, who are fleeing violence, have no roots in the country.

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Rohingya: The Rohingya people are an ethnic group who practice Islam and speak Rohingya, an Indo-European language of the Eastern Indic branch, closely related to Chittagonian and more distantly to Bengali. The origin of this group of people is disputed with some saying they are indigenous to the state of Ra