Ranong residents upset by Rohingya growth

Ranong – The leader of the People’s Network of Ranong is demanding official action after the discovery of 20 Rohingya-established temples in the province, where illegal migrants are seeking to relocate into the country take refuge.

Sucheep Patthong said residents of Ranong are insisting on legal inspections of the temples, set up by Rohingya migrants who are increasing rapidly in number.

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