Civilian killed in junta’ indiscriminate shooting in Tanintharyi

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Tanintharyi, 20 August

A civilian was fatally shot by the junta army for no apparent reason in Tamoke Chone village in Tanintharyi, locals told Than Lwin Times.

The hidden ambush force shot 35-year-old Ko Tun Win Naing to death as he was walking along the village road on 17 August.

According to the locals, Ko Tun Win Naing’s body was taken by the regime troops and never returned to the family.

The missing body of the Ko Tun Win Naing has been searched for by local residents, but it has not been found until 19 August, and it was believed  that the army might have buried the body somewhere near the village.

The regime troops have been lying in ambush and conducting military operations and on Tamoke Chone, eastern Mawdon, Htonkhar, Maw Taung route and Tanintharyi since 17 August.

Two residents sustained injuries after the Infantry Battalion 561 close to Tanintharyi Bridge indiscriminately fired heavy weapons at Banlaw and the six-mile village on 3 August .

News-Than Lwin Times

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