Mon State’s military council instructs to install hidden CCTV cameras at the soonest

0
964

Mawlamyine, April (10)

The regime has instructed the installation of hidden CCTV cameras in Mon State’s townships where regular clashes and explosions occur, according to the source close to the military council.

The military council requested that CCTV cameras be installed as quickly as possible in townships where the PDFs are active, bomb-damaged offices, and conflict-prone areas.



The regime intends to use CCTV cameras to track the movements of NUG and PDF related personnel.
The military council ordered the installation of hidden CCTV cameras without delay in Kyaikto, Belin, Thaton, Ye and Mawlamyine and the establishment of high-rise bunkers in all 10 townships of Mon State and now.

The CCTV cameras were located nearly throughout the entire city for a reason of public security, and the security guard booth was also built in the compound of the State Office.

News – Than Lwin Times

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here