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The Myanmar Princess of Beauty'dethroned about Rohingya Video'.
The BBC reported that a Myanmar empress has alleged that she was robbed of her job because of a video about the continuing violent events in Rakhine state. Lastwe Eain Si had put the video on line and accused Rohingya fighters of continuing the riots. 19-year-old Miss Grand Myanmar dropped her crown on Sunday when the organizers said she had withdrawn it.
You didn't bring up your video, says BBC. However, on Tuesday Shwe Eain Si made a link between the enthronement and her film. "Yes, Shwe Eain Si made a video about the Arsa fighters' rule of horror in Rakhine state, but that was hardly qualifying as a neglect to present a proper picture of a candidate," it says in a Facebook page explaining the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army.
Last weeks video graphics published on her Facebook page, the beautyseen says that Arsa's "caliphate-style" assaults were "disproportionate". Shwe Eain Si reproaches the fighters and their followers for running a press offensive "so that the forerunners of terrorism and force themselves[now] pretend to be the oppressed".
Your video does not comment on claims that the Burma armed forces have committed mass horrors against the Rohingya Muslim group. It has been said by the armed forces, which are charged with carrying out ethnical cleansings, that they are only for warriors. This is not the first Shwe Eain Si competition to get into difficulties in recent month.
Shwe Eain Si, Myanmar's untitled Pretty Queen,'after the release of the Rohingya video''.
Burmese Myanmar Princess Shwe Eain Si says she was deprived of the name of her procession after she published a video clip in which she charged Rohingya Muslims with municipal violent activities in Rakhine state, a controversial dispute in a mainly buddhistic state. Myanmar's military is charged with conducting an ethnical purge against the Rohingya in the far westernmost region, where more than half a million of the Moslem minorities have escaped across the Bangladesh frontier since 25 August.
Faced with strong worldwide condemnations, Myanmar's agencies have been defending the Myanmar military operations as legal action against the Rohingya fighters who assaulted policemen last months. It has stirred up Myanmar's tension, stirred up the nationalist Buddhism and incited the Rohingya hate that has been spreading for years.
Last weeks video on her Facebook, Miss Grand Myanmar Shwe Eain Si blamed the Rohingya fighters for running a "media campaign" to get the whole worid to think "they are the oppressed". Photographs of Shwe Eain Si talking to the cameras were imbued with graphical pictures of human beings with bloodied wounds on their faces, naked infants and screen captures from video from the militias, known as ARSA (Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army).
Sunday the company behind the contest reported that Shwe Eain Si was robbed of her titles for breach of the Treaty provisions in a declaration not mentioning the video about Rakhine. However, in a response on Facebook on Tuesday, Shwe Eain Si said these allegations were "unfounded" and associated the move with her commentary on Rohingya.
A complaint of the firm, the beautiful empress said, was that she had "failed to present a proper picture of a contestant". "Yes, Shwe Eain Si made a video about the rule of terrorism caused by the ARSA fighters in Rakhine state, but that was hardly a neglect to qualify as a failing to present a proper picture of a competitor," her contribution said.
Ms Universe Myanmar was not immediately available for comments. This is not the first dramatic experience of Myanmar's burgeoning Belle Girllife. At the beginning of the year, a high profile transnational competition champion was arrested after a well-known actor accused her of slander for libel published on a beloved social media tabloid.
In 2014, a Myanmar empress was deposed for supposed insincerity and misbehaviour, after which she fled with her wrong-head.