Dawei, 29 November
Four soldiers were killed and some injured in the attempt of the revolutionary forces to occupy the Kyaukme Taung camp based in Dawei Township, Tanintharyi Region.
The battle between the junta army and the revolutionary forces, which began early on November 23, lasted until around 7 p.m.
The fighting claimed four regime troops and wounded three others, while the police station in Mytta town deliberately fired artillery shells, killing two residents from Kyaukme Taung village.
According to the Dawei-PDF information official, the revolutionary forces attempted to capture the Kyaukme Taung police station but were forced to retreat due to a shortage of ammunition and other issues.
As the revolutionary forces are frequently attacking regime forces in Dawei, the military council has increased security at the entrances and exits of the town and has set up bunkers, he said.
On November 19, at least six military personnel were killed in the attack near the Shin Dat We Pagoda in Dawei.
News-Than Lwin Times
Photo – Daung Min Operation