Spring Revolution Local News – Mar 24 (Evening)

Summary of News

1. Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khine Than says that the military regime and all its associates are culprits of history who must bear the cost of their unfaithfulness to the people

At the Cabinet Meeting of the National Unity Government held on March 21 via video conferencing, Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khine Thann said:  “The military regime and all associations that share their will with them are culprits of history who must bear the cost of their unfaithfulness to the people since not only the people of Myanmar but also the international community already know that the election to be held by the terrorist military regime, which is committing various inhumane crimes against the people in various ways, is merely a campaign to prolong their authority.”

The Union Prime Minister also stated that within two years of the spring revolution, the terrorist military led by terrorist leader Min Aung Hlaing killed approximately 3,200 civilians, including monks, elderly people, women, children, and disabled people, by various methods; more than 60 incidents of massacre were among them.

2. Two comrades from KNDF Battalion-10 were killed during the fighting against the terrorist military forces that attacked in three columns towards Daw Ngay Khu/Daw Ta Ma Gyi village in the Karenni region

On March 24, the Karenni Nationalities Defence Force (KNDF) released the following information:

“During the battles against military forces that were attacking in three columns towards Daw Nyay Khu/Daw Ta Ma Gyi village in the Karenni region since March, two comrades from our KNDF Battalion 10 gave their lives noblely for the country and its citizens.”

Comrade Khu Oo Reh and comrade Noel from KNDF Battalion 10 gave their lives while fighting bravely against the junta forces during the March 21 and March 22 battles, respectively.

“Comrades Oo Reh and Noel, who gave their lives nobely while fighting against the terrorist military for the country and its citizens, will be proudly recorded as martyred heroes of the KNDF Battalion 10,” said the KNDF in its statement.

3. A PDF force uses landmines to attack a four-vehicle military convoy coming back from raids in Kyauk Kar and nearby villages in Monywa Township on the Monywa-Mandalay highway

On March 24, Aung San Force (A.S.F) reported the military news as follows:

“On March 23, at around 5:00 p.m., on the Monywa-Mandalay highway, we, Company 1 of the Monywa District PDF Battalion 5, used cluster mines to attack a four-vehicle military convoy returning from raids in Monyway and Kyauk Kar villages in Monywa Township.”

The attack is said to have resulted in damaging one military vehicle and injuring and killing some junta soldiers.

4. People’s defence forces captured the junta’s police outpost in Boke Kan village, located along the Tamu-Kalay highway in Tamu Township

According to the local news sources, on March 24, the people’s defence forces were able to capture the junta’s police in Boke Kan village, located along the Tamu-Kalay highway in Tamu Township.

They said, “This morning, in Boke Kan (Zohmun) village, located along the Tamu-Kalay highway in Tamu Township, there was an hour-long clash between the people’s defence forces and the military council forces. It is learned that the people’s defence forces were able to capture the police outpost in Boke Kan (Zohmun) village.”

Currently, it is possible that the military will employ air attacks on the village.

5. The leader of Ye Guerrilla Force (YGF) informs the public that extortions are taking place in the Mon villages in Thanbyuzayat Township under the guise of YGF

On March 24, Bo Kyan Yit of the Ye Guerrilla Force (YGF) informed the public as follows:

“Now is the time when the Ye Guerrilla Force (YGF) is speeding up its military pace and carrying out a series of missions. We have heard that extortions are taking place in the Mon villages of Thanbyuzayat Township and the northern Ye Township under the guise of YGF Bo Kyan Yit in order to destroy the image of our group. We YGF is following up and investigating the extortions under the guise of our group name, and we declare to have never (ever) committed such an extortion.”

Bo Kyan Yit also urged people to report money extortions to the YGF via the Ye Guerrilla Force Facebook page or his personal account.

6. The film “It Is Not Finished Yet; It Is Our Turn Now!” will have its world premiere in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Myanmar people in the United States are invited to attend

On March 24, the film screening team of “It Is Not Finished Yet; It Is Our Turn Now!” announced this.

“The first ᴡᴏʀʟᴅ ᴘʀᴇᴍɪᴇʀ sʜᴏᴡ of the film ‘It Is Not Finished Yet; It Is Our Turn Now!’ will be held in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA, this coming Sunday, March 26. All of our team members are anxiously anticipating the support of our brothers and sisters in the USA, who are still participating with zeal and enthusiasm in the cause of the destruction of the dictatorship.”

In the short film “It Is Not Finished Yet; It Is Our Turn Now!” directed by Na Gyi, actress Paing Phyoe Thu played the role of Ma Aye Mya, and the comrades from the Cobra column also played the roles.

The film will be screened in the UK, France, Canada, and the United States.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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