Summary of News

  • The Military Council troops stormed and set fire to Intaing Lay village in Khin Oo Township, and killed four citizens
  • Ayar Nagar Nyi Naung People’s Defense Guerrillas Force attacked the Military’s 108th Battalion in Danubyu with six powerful mines
  • Ye-U Township Local PDF comrades say more than 20 bodies considered to be soldiers’ corpses have been found in Thayat Taw village

The Military Council troops stormed and set fire to Intaing Lay village in Khin Oo Township, and killed four citizens

A statement issued by Khin-U Armed Revolutionary Force said “On May 20, the military council troops stormed and set fire to Intaing Lay Village, Khin-U Township, Sagaing Division and killed four citizens. One of them was set on fire.”

Since May 19, the military council troops have been deployed in Tabayin, Ye-U, Taze, Myaung and Khin-U townships in Sagaing Division.

Ayar Nagar Nyi Naung People’s Defense Guerrillas Force attacked the Military’s 108th Battalion in Danubyu with six powerful mines

A statement issued by Ayar Nagar Nyi Naung People’s Defense Guerrillas Force said “On May 20, at 7 pm, the mission began by setting up two double-mines in two places,

on the way out of the Military’s 108th Battalion in Danubyu. Shortly after the checkpoint was bombed, as the military council troops fled, two double-mines set up on the way out are exploded.”

It is also added that the details of the casualties are being investigated.

Despite heavy rain and night patrol, the 108th Battalion of Danubyu Township was defeated by the Ayar Naga Nyi Naung Pyauk Kya group.

Ye-U Township Local PDF comrades say more than 20 bodies considered to be soldiers’ corpses have been found in Thayat Taw village

Local PDF comrades said that Thayet Taw village in Ye-U Township, Sagaing Division was set on fire by the military council troops on May 19, destroying 22 houses.

Along with the houses of civilians, they cremated the bodies of their fallen comrades and more than 20 bodies were found.

Locals in Sagaing said that the military council often burns down the bodies of their fallen comrades villages and destroys corpses along with the villages, in order to hide the casualties.

A member of the Tabayin PDF said “Eleven people were injured, among them four people were dead, by the artillery fire of military council troops while they set fire to Thayataw village.

A local resident in Myaing said that there are around 30,000 war-torn people in Myaing Township, Magway Division, and a total of hundreds of thousands of war-affected people in Magway Division, and shelter, food and medicine are urgently needed .

United Nations, ASEAN and the international community are trying to help Myanmar’s war-torn people, but the military council has continued to impose restrictions with the reason of security. Philanthropists said that the junta is using violence against the people through a four-disconnect approach and unwilling international assistance to come in.

This news was reported by Spring K.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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