Mobye, September 13

More than 100 homes in the neighborhoods were damaged due to airstrikes and mortar shell fired by the military council in the battle which took place in Mobye Town on the Shan-Kayah border, community volunteers told Than Lwin Times.

On September 8, the regime troops invaded Mobye, clashing with the PDF joint forces for four days.

During the fighting, junta forces deliberately fired heavy weapons at civilian homes, with conducting airstrikes, and damaged more than 100 homes.

“In the current urban battle, we have found that the military council is targeting the people, not the People’s Defense Forces,” said a source who is helping the displaced people.

More than 5,000 locals have fled to adjacent towns, villages, and monasteries as a result of the conflict.

The two PDF comrades lost their lives while 60 junta soldiers were killed in a four-day battle, according to the sources.

Currently, there is a temporary lull in the fighting in Mobye, and regime troops are stationed at the local Catholic church.

News – Than Lwin Times

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