More military families move out of army housing

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Lashio, 14 December

More military families left the army housing because the junta army was defeated in every battle across the country, military sources told Than Lwin Times.

Military families moved into the well-guarded military compound shortly after the military coup, but when the revolutionary forces gained the upper hand, they tried to leave the housing.

The majority of military families relocated to Nay Pyi Taw, where the military leaders reside, while others moved to their families or to more stable areas.

A military source told the Than Lwin Times that “Most families moved out of the army housing because they were afraid of drone-carrying bombs by the revolutionary forces.”

According to military sources, some soldiers’ wives even divorce their husbands and leave the housing.

On the other hand, the military council is monitoring army officers and their family members and banning them from going abroad.

The military council used the remaining female soldiers and their family members to provide security and asked them to dig bomb shelters.

A military informant, who did not want to be named, said, “Soldier families are trying to live among the people, and most of them are moving to towns.”

At the graduation ceremony of the 65th Intake of Defense Services Academy held on December 8, junta chief General Min Aung Hlaing of the military council, which suffered losses in every battle, ordered cadets to be loyal and have faith in the military.

During Operation 1027 of the Three Brotherhood Alliance, two battalions, accompanied by soldiers and family members, surrendered for the first time in Myanmar army history.

The CDM community says that when the junta army is depleted due to the attacks of the resistance forces, the demoralized soldiers are no longer willing to fight on the front lines, and disobedience to orders is on the rise.

In this situation, the military council announced on December 3 that deserters, those who are absent without leave, and imprisoned soldiers will be allowed to return to duty without punishment and will be accepted back into the nearest military units.

The National Unity Government (NUG) announced that the number of military and police personnel who joined the CDM reached more than 14,000 because they did not want to continue serving under the military regime during the coup.

News – Than Lwin Times

Photo- MOI

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