KNLA joint forces occupy junta’s Thuye Thamein police station in Waw Township

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Waw, 28 November

The Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) and allied forces took control of a police station in Thuye Thamein village in Bagon Region’s Waw township, said the revolutionary forces.

The KNLA and the People’s Defense Force (PDF) launched an attack on the police station around 6 a.m.

The battle lasted nearly three hours, and the soldiers, police, and militia members fled the camp, allowing the revolutionary groups to seize the police station.

Five junta soldiers were killed, and one PDF comrade lost his life in the raid, according to the statement.

The revolutionary group took some of the military council’s weapons and ammunition, and when they were about to burn down the station, they were forced to retreat because of junta shelling.

After the attack, the residents are hiding in their homes as more than 100 military forces march from the Myitkyo village in Waw Township.

On September 25, one soldier was killed and two others were wounded in an attack on regime troops stationed in Letpan Village, Waw Township.

News – Than Lwin Times

Photo – Social Media

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