Military regime’s motto, “I will not give up my camp until I die,” left with a bad record by history

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Nam Sang, 10 December

The junta army’s motto of “I will not give up my camp until I die” was left behind by history during more than 50 days of the Operation 1027, which started in northern Shan State, reported Three Brotherhood Alliance on December 17.

The motto “I will not relinquish my camp until I die” has been abandoned by the Myanmar Army, which is currently afflicted by the fear “When will the Three Brotherhood Alliance take their lives?” when there is no reinforcement in the defense.

Thus, the Three Brotherhood Alliance advised the junta troops to “live wisely” and join people’s embraces as soon as possible if they did not want to die.

During most of the fighting that took place over the course of 50 days of Operation 1027, the miliary regime was unable to send reinforcements, relying instead on heavy artillery fire and airstrikes.

Currently, the military council has lost more than 400 large and small military outposts in Northern Shan State and Rakhine during Operation 1027, and the Brotherhood Alliance has captured much military equipment.

The Three Brotherhood Alliance seized six towns and four China-Myanmar trade gates, and the junta army relinquished Maese town in Karenni State, four towns in Sagaing and three in Chin State.

U Than Soe Naing, a military and political analyst, said, “Looking at the fact that military bases are being abandoned one by one in the midst of fighting all over the country, it shows that the soldiers no longer have the spirit to risk their lives to resist. They have reached a state where they are only thinking about raising the white flag. I see this as the beginning of the disintegration of the military.”

During Operation 1027 last month, the surrender of hundreds of soldiers and their families, militia, and police personnel from two combat battalions of the Laukkai Regional Command in Northern Shan State changed the history of the Burmese army.

On the other hand, the military council officially announced that it had held talks with the Three Brotherhood Alliance on December 11 with the intervention of China, but until now, the fighting between the military council and the Three Brotherhood Alliance continues.

The Ta’ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) began attacking the military camps in Namsang on December 10, and six days later, on December 17, they announced that they had captured the military camps, the military-owned tea factory, the police station, and the departmental offices.

The TNLA seized four military council howitzers, as well as various weapons and ammunition, and military equipment, and killed more than 60 enemies and captured 64 others, including 36 enemy soldiers and police officers and 28 of their family members.

Namsang is an autonomous region of the Ta’ang people, who have been ruled by a military dictatorship for more than 60 years, and the Taang land has been handed over to the Ta’ang people in the Ta’ang new year of 2715, which falls on December 16 this year, according to TNLA.

The Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA), the Ta’ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) and the Arakan Army (AA), who launched Operation 1027, resolved on December 12 that they would work together with the entire Myanmar people to do what is right to achieve their common goal.

Military analysts believe that the military council is on the verge of collapsing, as it is waging war with ethnic armed groups and joint revolutionary forces almost all over the country and is not strong enough to provide reinforcements.

News-Than Lwin Times

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