PDF raid junta camp in Myeik

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Myeik, 22 October

The allied resistance forces raided a military camp stationed in Ton Byaw Gyi village in Tanintharyi Region’s Myeik Township but they had to retreat because they did not have enough bullets.

The Ton Byaw Gyi military camp, which has more than 20 troops, was raided by joint revolutionary forces including the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) around 5:00 a.m. on October 20.

The battle lasted for more than two hours and at least 10 soldiers were killed, but the fighters said that they were unable to capture the camp due to insufficient ammunition and had to retreat.

After that incident, a military convoy of more than 50 soldiers that came from Myeik to reinforce hit the landmine near Ma Zaw village, and the situation is still being reportedly investigated.

Residents said that after the column reached Ton Byaw Gyi camp in the evening, they were constantly launching mortar shells.

The Ton Byaw Gyi camp was attacked at least four times since the coup, with the junta suffering losses.

News – Than Lwin Times

Photo – Local Defense Forces

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