Ye, September (14)

A man was shot at around 3 o’clock in the afternoon on September 13 near Tumyaung village in Mon State’s Ye Township, residents told Than Lwin Times.

The resistance force, Ye Balu, assassinated 28-year-old Ko Phoe Si, who was an alleged army informant, while he was being photographed for a pre-wedding near an airport.

Ko Phoe Si received gunshot wounds to the head and body and died on the way to Ye Township Public Hospital.

Asin village administrator U Maung Myint, the father of Ko Phoe Si, who was also shot dead last year on the Ye-Asin route.

“He is a military informant. His brother is also a soldier. His father was also an informant for the military, so he was assassinated by a resistance group last year. Today, we fired ten shots at him while he was being photographed. He died on the spot,” said an official from Ye Balu.

According to the locals, Ko Phoe Si is a quiet person in the village and has moved to Ye Town in recent months. They say they don’t know exactly if he was a military informant or not.

The Ye Balu frequently attacked junta-controlled departments, members of the military council and informants, including police stations, courts, and immigration offices.

News – Than Lwin Timse

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