Three junta soldiers reportedly killed in Launglon attack


 Launglon, 5 October

At least three regime troops may have been killed in an attack on the junta army and Pyu Saw Htee joint camp stationed near Kyauk Ni Maw Village in Tanintharyi Region’s Launglon Township, according to the local resistance forces.

The combined unit of resistance forces launched the attack on the junta camp where regime troops and Pyu Saw Htee forces were stationed around 5 a.m. on 4 October.

The attack led to a firefight between the two sides for more than two hours, and three members of the military council were killed and others were injured, the report said.

The junta navy’s warships launched the artillery shells, and some mortars also detonated inside the village.

Some local residents have fled the fighting, and details of the damage are yet to be known.

The junta camps, police stations, and checkpoints were frequently targeted in Launglon following the coup, with both sides suffering heavy losses.

According to reports from local research organizations, at least 50 clashes broke out between the junta army and the joint revolutionary forces in Tanintharyi Region in September.

News – Than Lwin Times

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