Summary of News

1. Acting President Duwa Lashi La expresses his gratitude to New Zealand for its sanctions against the Myanmar terrorist group

On January 19, Acting President Duwa Lashi La expressed his gratitude to New Zealand for its sanctions against the Myanmar terrorist group via Twitter, as follows:

“Thank you, NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern for your support – NZ immediately imposed sanctions under your leadership in response to 1 Feb 2021 military attempted coup against democratically elected government in Myanmar. You’re a friend of Myanmar people. My best wishes to you.”

2. The junta-run Myinmu Township Immigration and Population Office was set on fire

The junta-run Myinmu Township Immigration and Population Office was reportedly set on fire.

The People’s Army to Fight Dictatorship (PAFD), a revolutionary force in Sagaing Division, claimed that it and its allies set fire to the junta-run Myinmu Township Immigration and Population Office on January 19 at about 7:05 p.m., where the voter list for the sham election was being conducted. In the attack, the PAFD and its squadron, the DK PDF-MMU, destroyed collected population records and computers, according to the PAFD.

The attack was carried out jointly by the People’s Army to Fight Dictatorship (PAFD), its squadron DK PDF (MMU), the People’s Knight Defence Force Myinmu (PKDF.MMU), the Taungtha People’s Defence Force (TTAPDF), and the D.B.B.F. MMU.

3. Local defence forces attacked the military council troops and Pyu Saw Htee members, who came out of the camp where they were stationed in Ywa Thit Kone Village, Khin-U Township, this morning

The Khin-U KDK, a revolutionary force in Sagaing Division, claimed that a clash broke out near the west bank of the Mu River between the local defence forces and a combined force of the military council troop and Pyu Saw Htee members who came out of the camp where they were stationed in Ywa Thit Kone Village, Khin-U Township, Sagaing Division.

It said: “About 20 members of Pyu and military council troops stationed in Ywa Thit Kone Village crossed to the west of the Mu River and a clash broke with the local defence forces at around 8:40 a.m. At around 8:40 a.m., about 15 members of Pyu and military council troops entered Ywa Thar Lay Village.”

As the military council no longer has control over Sagaing Division, it deploys its troops to march into the villages every day and target civilians.

4. A diamond brooch of the Myanmar map, worth 40 lakh MMK, is being raffled to raise funds for the Black Panther Column, with each raffle ticket costing 20,000 MMK

The Black Panther Column publicized that a diamond brooch of the Myanmar map, worth 40 lakh MMK, is being raffled to raise funds for the Black Panther Column, with each raffle ticket costing 20,000 MMK, as follows:

“We will raffle a 40 lakh MMK-worth Myanmar map brooch made entirely of genuine diamonds. This item has not only great value but also a lot of meaning. The river features on this Myanmar map brooch are meticulously crafted, and the owner of this brooch also appreciates it very much. This diamond brooch of the Myanmar map was donated to help the Black Panther Column with funds. The winner of the raffle will own this 40 lakh MMK worth diamond brooch of the Myanmar map, and a total of 300 raffle tickets will be sold at 20,000 MMK each.”

It is stated that those who want to buy can contact the Black Panther Column’s Facebook page to inquire and buy by February 7.

5. Click2donate invites those revolutionary groups that want to create and upload videos for fundraising to collaborate with them in order to fundraise more effectively

On January 19, Click2donate invited those revolutionary groups that want to create and upload videos for fundraising to collaborate with them in order to fundraise more effectively, as follows:

“To the revolutionary groups, I would like to offer a recommendation. Instead of creating new channels, why not submit your videos to our YouTube channel, which already has a large number of subscribers? You can add title and description to the video, such as the video’s title, the name of the group, and the creators’ names. Each video’s earnings will be adjusted and returned to each groups.”

Click2donate raises funds for revolution with the people’s click-and-watch on advertisements.

6. As of December 31, 2022, during the military coup, more than 48,000 houses were destroyed by arson by the military council and subordinate organizations

The Data for Myanmar released a report stating that, as of December 31, 2022, during the military coup, a total of 48,463 houses were destroyed by the arson attack of the military council and subordinate organizations.

According to the report, the fire destroyed 36,667 houses in Sagaing Division, 8,575 houses in Magway Division, 1,475 houses in Chin State, and 1,764 houses in the rest of the States and Divisions.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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