Mobye, June (15)
The junta army killed at least 20 civilians in Mobye, bordering Kayah state and southern Shan state, where the fierce fighting is raging on, in two weeks, reported local resistance forces.
Among those killed were reportedly three children under the age of 15, five women, and the rest were men.
The military council marched through the villages, shooting at passersby and killing anyone caught up in the battle. Women are also killed after they have been raped.
Individuals have witnessed the military council shooting people, and the major perpetrators are junta troops, according to a representative of the Mobye PDF.
Furthermore, despite the violent fighting in the town, people are staying in their homes because there is nowhere to go, and some bodies have yet to be picked up on the streets, with at least 30 people missing, he claimed.
The Kayan Women’s Organization said that on June 9, the junta troops raped and killed two sisters, aged 15 and 20, in Sikar 2 Ward, Mobye, in front of their father.
Since the last week of May, the regime troops have been desperately seeking to control Mobye, which has a population of over 30,000 people, fighting with the revolutionary forces.
News – Than Lwin Times
Photo: Mobye PDF