Tanintharyi, 10 November
The Tanintharyi revolutionary forces attacked two battalions based in Tanintharyi Township, which had been placed under martial law, on November 8 and 9.
On November 8, at around 5:00 PM, local defense joint forces launched an attack on the Light Infantry Battalion 558 based in Kammalaing Village, Tanintharyi Township.
After nearly 30 minutes of exchange of fire, the revolutionary forces retreated.
At least three people, including a warrant officer, were killed and injured, said the spokesperson of the Tanintharyi-PDF.
Meanwhile, the resistance forces dropped three bombs on the military regime’s LIB 556 based in Zawe village around 11 a.m. on 9 November.
The blast occurred in the compound of a military unit, and the investigation into whether or not the soldiers died is still ongoing.
The military council recklessly fired heavy weapons into villages inhabited by local people, but no civilians were injured.
The Tanintharyi-PDF has issued a warning to the public to avoid military convoys, battalions, and checkpoints as operations will be accelerated.
News-Than Lwin Times