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Daw Aung San Suu Kyi pleads not guilty to charges of corruption regarding La Yaung Taw land in Nay Pyi Taw

According to a source related to the court, on 28 June, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi pleads not guilty to charges in connection with Nay Pyi Taw La Yaung Taw land corruption case.

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Dr. Myo Aung, the mayor of Naypyidaw, and U Min Thu, the member of the Naypyidaw Development Committee, were charged with corruption over the allocation of 101.33 acres of land by the Nay Pyi Taw Development Committee for the Daw Khin Kyi Foundation’s agricultural vocational training school project in Naypyidaw.

The next trial was scheduled for 5 July and the State Counselor was in good health.

Union Prime Minister remarks that holding the elections is one of the issues that the military council is working in various ways to divide the NUG and its allies

At the 59th Cabinet Meeting of the National Unity Government held on 28 June, Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khine Thann remarked, “The military council is affected in all areas, including politics, warfares, foreign affairs, administration, and the economy. As a result, they are committing more acts of violence and, in urban areas, illegal arrests are also made fiercely. Moreover, they are working in various ways to divide the NUG and its allied forces, including the issue of holding elections. For this, our revolutionary forces need to respond decisively, both in policy and in the political processes.”

The terrorist military leader has announced that elections will be held in 2023.

Union Minister for Home Affairs and Immigration represents the structure of the People’s Police Force at the Cabinet Meeting

At the 59th Cabinet Meeting of the National Unity Government held on 28 June, U Lwin Ko Latt, Union Minister for Home Affairs and Immigration presented the structure of the People’s Police Force.

Currently, the People’s Police Force is being expanded with the police officers who participated in CDM, and those who were retired, in the controlled territory.

Once the people’s police forces are organized, over 400 complaint cases will be processed.

At least eight people were killed in the Ukritha camp capture battle, including comedian Ii Kyar Kway

VENOM Commando ARMY stated, “RIP! Ko Ii Kyar Kway. You were more than fulfilling your responsibility for the VENOM Column. Today, the other three stars of the VENOM battlefield fell again. It is not worth losing heroes. There are now eight of them. It is not worth it.”

According to Commando ARMY, the Ukritha camp capture battle was carried out jointly by the Cobra Column and VENOM Commando ARMY, and the entire base had not yet been fully occupied.

Fighting erupts between the military junta troops advancing Mindat from Tilin and CDF-Mindat guarding Palung Tui

On 29 June, CDF-Mindat reported, “The clash between the military junta troops advancing Mindat from Tilin and CDF-Mindat guarding Palung Tui occurred at 9 am this morning.”

It said that the military junta troops fired heavy artillery shells at Madad village in Mindat Township.

The military junta troops are trying hard to gain control of Mindat in Chin State.

Some members of DRM Rangers Mandalay-PDF are abducted and therefore the missions are suspended

On 28 June, DRM Rangers Mandalay announced, “Some of our DRM members were abducted by the junta around 7:00 pm on 27 June. The rest of our comrades were also on the run for security reasons, so we are saddened to announce the suspension of our mission.”

It is also stated that DRM Rangers Mandalay-PDF will be back in front of the public.

MB PDF designated Warisupalai village, Mobye Town as a war zone and warned the people not to travel around

On 28 June, Mobye People Defense Force announced, “The Warisupalai village, Mobye Town, which has long been under the control of the terrorist military junta, is under constant surveillance by the Moebye People’s Defense Force (MB PDF), the KNDF BO3 and other allied forces. The reason is that the terrorist military junta is intentionally stationed in that village in order not to allow the people to cultivate their lands (over 1000 acres). Therefore, the MB PDF, KNDF, and allied forces have secretly agreed to interdict food supplies to the military junta troops in the village.”

It is also said that the people had been warned not to travel around the village, in secret ways not to affect the mission, but they continued to do so. Therefore, a special public reminder is made that, starting from 28 June, no people or organizations are allowed to travel around Warisupalai village.

People’s Voices (PV) (S01011) has been authorized as a “NUGPay Agent”

On 29 June, People’s Voices officially announced, “People’s Voices (PV) (S01011) will proudly carry out the role of NUGPAY Agent. It is currently in the Pilot project period, and only 10 accounts can be created by each agent. We will announce later if the account creation is available to everyone.”

#Credit : Radio NUG

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