Junta troops kill 9 civilians and torch 800 houses in fortnight of raids in Sagaing — Radio Loose Asia


Greater than 800 homes in 20 villages were destroyed via junta troops and 9 civilians killed during the last two weeks in junta raids on Taze township in Myanmar’s Sagaing area consistent with locals.

Six folks have been killed in Oke Hpo Aing village, two from Gway Kone, and one from Aung Chan Thar.

Two army columns of round 100 junta troops invaded villages round Taze township between Sept. 16 and Sept. 28.

“35 houses have been torched within the east of the village when the army column left at 4 within the morning when they spent the evening there,” a resident of Kar Paung Kya village advised RFA.

Properties have been burned down in 20 villages, together with Oke Hpo Aing, Aung Chan Thar, Yae U Kone, Inn Bat, Oe Thei Kone, Pay Kone, Gway Kone, Bay Yin Ywar Thit, Na Wager Gyi, Na Wager Nge, locals mentioned.

There have been 16 clashes between junta troops and Other people’s Protection Forces in Taze township. Combating and mine explosions led to the deaths of 5 PDF contributors and more or less 50 junta squaddies, consistent with the native PDF.

The selection of army deaths has now not been independently verified. 

RFA contacted Aye Hlaing, a spokesman for the army council in Sagaing area, however he didn’t reply.

Myanmar’s army killed just about 643 civilians and burned down nearly 20,524 homes in Sagaing area within the 12 months since Sept. 15, 2021, when government bring to a halt web get admission to to townships the place anti-junta armed resistance is most powerful, RFA reported on Wednesday. The figures have been compiled via RFA’s Burmese provider.



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