Spring Revolution Local News – Jul 30 (Evening)

Summary of News

1. Union Prime Minister says that PDF forces can now switch to operating offensively while military council forces switch to defensive mode

At the 30th meeting of the Interim Local Administration Central Committee (ILACC) held in July, Union Prime Minister Mahn Winn Khaing Thann remarked in his address:

“We identified military regions and revolutionised against the military dictator in various parts of the country. Now, while we are able to transform into offensive operations, the military council is gathering scattered forces and transforming into defensive mode until their forces dare not go outside their area of residence at all.”

The National Unity Government announced the People’s Resistive Revolution on September 7, 2021.

During the two years of the People’s Resistance Revolution, more than 30,000 members of the terrorist military council were eliminated.

2. NUG’s Minister of Electricity and Energy assures the public of his return to Kungyangon, where his voters are

On July 14, U Soe Thura Tun, Union Minister of Electricity and Energy of the National Unity Government, who was elected to the Pyithu Hluttaw in 2020 general elections to Represent Yangon’s Kungyangon Township, stated, “We are striving to return home because we love the country and its citizens. I will return to Yangon, and I will return to Kungyangon, where the voters are. I will return to Nay Pyi Taw, where I was able to do a lot for the public. I will return to the public in Monywa and Letpadaung. I will return to Myitkyina and Myitsone, where I grew up. I will return along with our brothers and young people who are fighting with their lives.”

The Spring Revolution emerged along with the public movement against the military coup on February 1, 2021.

3. CPRH Education Committee holds a discussion with the Karenni IEC Education Committee and township education boards

On July 29 at 10:00 a.m., the Education Committee of the Committee Representing Pyidaungsu Hluttaw (CRPH) held a meeting via video conferencing with the Education Committee of the Karenni Interim Executive Council of Karenni State (IEC) and township education boards in Karenni State.

After opening remarks by the chairman of the CRPH Education Committee, the committee secretary stated the committee’s aim to cooperate with the IEC Education Committee for education development in the Karenni State with a view towards future federal education. The secretary then continued to explain the work being carried out by the committee.

Then, the vice chairman of the IEC Education Committee said that the committee also wanted to have regular meetings with the CRPH Education Committee to collaborate on educational matters in the region and asked for participation in the campaign they would be holding.

4. NUG’s Ministry of Justice holds an exclusive meeting with judges of township courts

On July 29, the Interim Judicial Department of the National Unity Government’s Ministry of Justice held its second exclusive meeting with judges from 28 township courts.

Deputy Director General Daw May Thu Aung, Directors and other relevant officials and staff from the Interim Judicial Department, judges from the 28 township courts, and communication representatives attended the meeting.

5. Three people, including a 12-year-old child, were injured in Kawkareik due to military council mines

According to the Karen National Union (KNU) Dooplaya District, military council forces stationed in Wawlay Strategic Hill set blast mines near communities, injuring three residents on July 29 at around 6:43 a.m. Colonel Kyaw Zeya, head of the No. 2 Tactical Operations Command (NaBaHa-2) under the No. 13 Military Operations Command (SaKaKha-13), is in charge of the Wawlay Strategic Hill Military Outpost.

Khin Mar Aye, 12, Htay Moe, 19, and Kauk Chan, 22, from Aung Mingalar village in Kawkareik Township, which is located in the Dooplaya District of the KNU Brigade 6, were hurt by blast mines while collecting bamboo shoots and mushrooms outside the village. Khin Mar Aye, one of the three hurt, reportedly suffered a severe injury.

Since the terrorist military council forces have been firing artillery shells into the villages and planting mines in the vicinities of the villages, locals are afraid to go to their farms and yards to do agricultural work.

6. NUGPay closes fraud suspect accounts and accounts that were helping fraudulent withdrawals

NUGPay announced in its statement on July 29 that it had closed fraud suspect accounts and accounts that were helping fraudulent withdrawals as a result of complaints and supporting documentation.

NUGPay formed the Fraud Management Team to deal with frauds and take actions based on strong evidence in order to prevent people’s donations from being defrauded and from infiltrations during the revolution.

NUGPay states that when there are complaints of fraud under the guise of PDF, LPDF, and UG organisations, etc., actions are taken only after verifying the records of transactions with the relevant ministries and with those in charge of the relevant organisations.

When a fraud suspect is identified, NUGPay takes the following steps: warning, temporary freezing of the account, permanent freezing of the account, and blacklisting.

#Credit : Radio NUG

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