Myaing, 11 March

The junta  used an  MI-35 jet fighter in bombing over Htan Pauk Kone village in Myaing Township, Magwe region, on 9 March.

Bo Let Yar from Myaing People’s Defence Force Battalion (1) said to Than Lwin Times  that one civilian was injured in the attack that occurred near Well-2 oil field around 11 am. 

“All the locals have fled from homes.  In revenge for the dead of their three soldiers in the armed conflicts of previous days, the junta bombed over the village and fired heavy shells today,” he added.

 At present, almost all the locals in Htan Pauk Kone village have forced to from their homes after the 4-time airstrike of military on Myaing Township.

 On 7 March, two soldiers were seriously injured in the drop bomb attacks of local guerilla forces  as the junta troops stole water carts from Phalankai village. Soldiers fired  heave shell in return and killed a 42-year old local and another  one was seriously injured.

  The  report of National Unity Government said that over 200 civilians have been killed across the country in junta’s airstrikes  after  the coup.

 News-Than Lwin Times

Photo—CJ (File photo)

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