5 junta soldiers killed in Palaw clash

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Pawlaw, Febaruary (9)

A clash occurred in To village, Pala Town of Tanintharyi Region’s Palaw Township on February 7, killing five military personnel, according to the information official of Myeik District Battalion 1.

The joint force of the People’s Defense Force clashed with the regime troops while carrying out security operations in the area around 2 pm.

After an hour of fighting, the regime troops were retreating when they hit a stake mine, killing five military council troops, including the captain.

Then, Palaw-based junta artillery unit continuously fired mortar shells into To village.

There have been frequent clashes in Pala Town’s To village, forcing all villagers to flee and setting at least five houses on fire.

The tension heats up in Tanintharyi’s Palaw Township with frequent clashes between regime troops and the combined force of PDFs.

News-Than Lwin Times

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