Spring Revolution Local News – Mar 12 (Evening)

Summary of News

1. NUG’s Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe claims that the revolution is gaining control of more and more territories every day

Union Minister Dr. Zaw Wai Soe said the following in his message urging CDM and revolutionary health care personnel to participate in ground health care services in the control territories as soon as possible:

“As we all know about the state of our revolution, it is a state that evolves from day to day. The territories covered by our NUG’s Ministry of Health and ethnic health care organisations are expanding by the day. The revolution is gaining control of more and more territories.”

Currently, the National Unity Government is starting interim education, health care, and administrative services for the three Ka townships of Katha, Kanbalu, and Kawlin in Sagaing Division.

2. NUG’s Union Minister Naw Susanna Hla Hla Soe says that no matter how oppressive the dictators are, the revolution must prevail under the leadership of women

On March 11, Union Minister of Education Naw Susanna Hla Hla Soe wrote on social media: “No matter how oppressive the dictators are, the revolution must prevail under the leadership of women.”

The terrorist military junta has brutally killed 483 women, in addition to unjustly arresting 3,125 women and committing sexual assault against a total of 122 women.

3. Ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun personally attended the screening of the “Rays of Hope” documentary film in New York City, and the theatre was packed with viewers

It is reported that the “Rays of Hope” documentary film was screened at the Zukar Theatre Kaufman Astoria Studio on March 11 in New York City with four shows from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and the studio was jam-packed with viewers.

The film screening was attended by ambassador U Kyaw Moe Tun, Permanent Representative of Myanmar to the United Nations, and Myanmar nationals in New York City.

The documentary “Rays of Hope” is based on the life of director Ko Pauk, who bravely confronted injustice and stood up for what was right despite the sacrifices made by his successful artistic career. The proceeds from the film’s screenings will be used to support the revolution.

4. CDF-Tonzang consents to follow the command of the CNA/CDF in fighting the junta forces and their associates

On March 12, the CDF-Tonzang announced the decision of the meeting between the CDF-Tonzang and the Chin National Army of the Chin National Front (CAN/CNF) that the “CDF-Tonzang agreed to follow the leadership of the CAN/CDF in fighting the junta forces and their associates.”

The announcement said, “On March 8, CNA/CNF army and CDF-Tonzang leadership committee members held a friendly meeting at Camp Victoria. In the friendship meeting, some military and political agreements were reached. In the military agreements, the CDF-Tonzang agreed to follow the leadership of the CAN/CNF in fighting the military council forces and their allies from across Chin State and from Tonzang Township.”

The CDF-Tonzang also stated in its announcement that this agreement was reached with the goal of establishing a new Chin State as soon as possible.

The meeting was attended by 6 leaders from the CAN/CNF, including Patron Thomas Thang Nou, and 4 leaders from the CDF-Tonzang, including Secretary of the CDF-Tonzang Steering Committee U Thang Sun Mung.

5. A villager of Wapa village who lives in Depayin town, was killed by the junta force

The Depayin Township Brotherhood team reported on the morning of March 12 that a villager of Wapa village, who lives in Depayin town in Sagaing Division, was killed by the junta force.

It said, “A civilian from Wapa village living in Dapeyin town was abducted and killed by the terrorist military force last night. It was reported that the body was found abandoned outside Depayin (at the exit of Depayin town to the Tin Taim Yan village).”

A few days ago, the junta force also shot dead a resident of Saing Pyin village for no reason, according to the Depayin Township Brotherhood team.

6. About 1,350 people from villages along the Sittaung River in Mu Township are displaced as a result of the firing of heavy weapons by the junta forces 

According to a KNU Central news statement, the coup terrorist military council forces stormed Thin Gan Pin village in Mu Township, which is under the control of the KNU Kawthoolei’s Kler Lwee Htoo (Nyaunglebin) District 3rd Brigade, at around 7:10 a.m. on March 11.

According to the statement, 10 of the heavy weapon shells fired by the military exploded in villages on the west bank of the Sittaung River, 16 exploded outside the villages, and 3 exploded in Thin Gan Pin village. As a result, about 1,350 people from the villages on the west bank of the Sittaung River in KNU’s Mu Township, such as Ye Lel village and Thin Gan Pin village, are fleeing for their lives.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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