Summary of News

  • Military council troops were wounded in a bombing operation by Federal Wings armed force using drone at an altitude of 2,000 feet
  • A young man under the age of 18 was shot to dead by policeman at the Bago Zayatgyi police station
  • Due to the state of emergency in Sagaing, some local PDFs and philanthropists have asked NUG to provide weapons and food
  • In Myaing Township, tens of thousands of people have been displaced because the military violently demolished the villages and set them on fire
Military council troops were wounded in a bombing operation by Federal Wings armed force using drone at an altitude of 2,000 feet

On May 17, the Federal Wings reported an operation record in which the military council troops were wounded in a bones operation using drones at an altitude of 2,000 feet.

The report stated “It’s the record of one of the most adventurous mission. It is the attack against a military council troops that occupied at the temple compound. The reason exact target was hit includes the well-trained skills of the Federal Wings Pilots, as well as the unwholesome effects of torturing innocent civilians by the military troops. Is it a little unwholesome to get hit from 2,000 feet?”

A young man under the age of 18 was shot to dead by policeman at the Bago Zayatgyi police station

A statement issued by the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners (AAPP) on May 17 said “On May 11 at around 9 pm, 14-year-old Myo Myat Moe was shot to death by a policeman in Zayat Gyi Police Precinct, Htantabin Township, Bago Region. He was killed in his home, located in an alley west of the police station, for allegedly pointing a flashlight at said station.”

As of May 17, 2022, 1848 people had been killed by this junta coup during the military dictatorship (spring revolution).

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Due to the state of emergency in Sagaing, some local PDFs and philanthropists have asked NUG to provide weapons and food

The leader of the Yinmabin BoThuRein said that Sagaing Division is the worst-hit area by the military council violence, and although the National Unity Government (NUG) has provided supplies to Sagaing, there is not enough room for resistance.

A local philanthropist in Khin Oo said that despite the efforts of local civil society groups and philanthropists to help the refugees, it would be difficult to gain the trust of donors without the support of the National Unity Government.

According to Data for Myanmar, as of April 30 this year, an estimated 11,417 homes have been set on fire by the military council and its affiliates in 296 places across the country since the military coup on, among them, Sagaing Division has the most with more than 7,500 households burned.

In Myaing Township, tens of thousands of people have been displaced because the military violently demolished the villages and set them on fire

A local resident in Myaing said that Myaing Township is home to a range of businesses, from commercial oil companies to private oil wells, and the military council is committing acts of violence on the grounds for  the reason that they are providing PDFs.

A villager in Padaukkan said that 65 houses were destroyed in a fire by military on May 13 and 15 in Ywashay village (also known as Padaukkan), killing three people, including two innocent elderly people.

The military council has been carrying out a series of violent shootings and setting fire on houses in Myaing Township since May 1.

Local civil society groups say tens of thousands of war-affected people in Myaing Township have been displaced.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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