Dozens of protesters on Wednesday staged a demonstration outside the Myanmar Embassy in Jakarta, protesting against the inhuman treatment of Rohingya Muslims in that country and demanding its government to take action.
The protests were held a day after a boat with 20 Rohingya refugees reached the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province after it was found adrift at sea.
Over 730,000 Rohingyas, who are not recognized as citizens by Myanmar, have sought refuge in Bangladesh since August 2017, following a military campaign against the minority community in western Rakhine state.
As the monsoon season ends, Rohingyas usually make a treacherous voyage through the Andaman Sea on their way to Thailand and Malaysia.
In 2015, the Thai authorities launched a crackdown against human smuggling after mass graves were found in jungle camps near the Malaysia border.
But the repatriation process was cancelled due to the refusal of refugees to go back, citing the lack of guarantees regarding their security and citizenship.
(With inputs from agencies.)