Nay Pyi Taw, July (26)
The military council arranged a second recreational trip for military officers and soldiers who had been injured during combat and had recovered after being treated in hospitals and clinics.
On July 24, the military council sent the injured soldiers who engaged in battle under the guise of national defense, to relax at Chaung Thar Beach in Ayeyarwaddy Region and Ngapali Beach in Rakhine State.
The commanders and officials of the relevant commands saw off the soldiers cordially as they were transported by military aircraft and vehicles through the Nay Pyi Taw Council area and Yangon Region.
The military council announced that the officers and soldiers who come to the beach will be served with local food and will be taken on a five-day tour to some nearby pagodas and places to visit.
After the coup in February 2021 on the pretext of voter fraud, the military council is facing armed resistance against the dictatorship in almost all parts of the country, and troops have been deployed on many fronts.
The regime troops who were injured in the clashes between the junta army and the revolutionary forces were taken on a vacation trip for the first time in the second week of June, and this is the second time.
The military council, on the other hand, is relying on soldiers from the air force and navy, as well as other armed wings, as the number of infantrymen and their capabilities decline, according to CDM soldiers.
The National Unity Government (NUG) has wiped out more than 29,000 enemy forces and injured more than 110,000 in the past two years, according to a statement released in late May.
News – Than Lwin Times