Persecution of the Rohingyas in Myanmar by military and Buddhist radical groups has been recorded on several occasions in the Rakhine state. The Rohingyas became a stateless group through their collective loss of citizenship in 1982, and violence gradually worsened in the 1980s, 2001, and 2012. Ultimately, nearly one million people fled to Bangladesh in August 2017. Numerous initiatives and subsequent policy stances have yet to resolve the crisis and ensure peaceful repatriation. Hence, this study reveals the hindrances to this goal and way forward for achieving it, with reference to the Brandt Commission propositions.