The Rakhine state government will provide them with what they need to return home, official says.
They want military and rebel group leaders to sign a nationwide cease-fire agreement with the government.
Meanwhile, mayhem in the township has driven 3,000 displaced people to nearby areas.
The majority pro-government camp in the city's legislature says many people are angry over anti-China slurs in previously rejected oaths.
He is hospitalized in critical condition after being assaulted by police while in detention.
The move comes as authorities call for the eradication of any Protestant Christian worship not sanctioned by the state.
Accused of 'illegal activities,' he was given 15 months at hard labor.
Two local groups have donated bags of rice for the villagers via the military because of the area’s security lockdown.