Police force in turmoil due to the junta’s directive not to surrender and not to leave the camp

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Mawlamyine, April (1)

CDM police officials said the military council’s order not to surrender and not to leave the camp if the People’s Defense Forces carry out attacks on the camps has caused unrest in the police force.

The military council has secretly ordered that actions will be taken against those responsible if police and family members from police stations surrender and flee the camps.

The military council’s order meant that the police would fight to the death and the situation is now that the military council no longer trusts its subordinates, CDM police officials said.



He added that the directive had put pressure on police, many of whom were trying to flee.

As far as we know, there is a lot of pressure on the army and they do not want to stay but want to flee.

“In the armed forces, there are various propaganda campaigns. They are afraid that they will take action if they come out. They want to run away but they have concerns. That’s the way it is,” he added.

The Military Council has warned the police forces not to interact with the PDFs, to work for unity within forces, and to ensure that it does not undermine governance.

As there are growing signs of disunity within the police as well as the army, coup leader Sr-Gen Min Aung Hlaing called for unity on March 27, the 77th anniversary of Armed Forces Day.

News – Than Lwin Times

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