Burmese soldiers in Magway region collapse PDF kills 12, injures 3 more

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MGR Online – Burma Army in Magway Region sets up checkpoints, finds 6-wheeled vehicles loaded with PDF soldiers, refuses to stop checking A clashes erupted, resulting in 12 dead PDFs, 3 more arrested, many more weapons seized.

Yesterday (June 22), many local media in Myanmar It is reported that Clash between Burma Army soldiers and resistance militias (PDF) in Magway region, many dead.

The clashes occurred in the morning. When the Burma Army set up a checkpoint on the Mon Yao-Pasim Highway At the foot of the Mae Salee Bridge Sae Tor Village In Puin Phue District, Minbu Province, a 6-wheel truck was found running up from the Salin-Kanpaya road. crossing the bridge therefore called to stop for inspection

It turned out that on the car, which was loaded with about 30 PDF soldiers, it did not stop and a fire erupted. shortly after This truck exploded and burst into flames. before the sound of the gun calmed down Officers inspected the crash site, found 12 PDF bodies, and three more were wounded, and the rest managed to escape.

Officers also confiscated a number of other weapons, such as 25 long machine guns and ammunition. including a handful of 40 mm grenades


Magway region is in central Myanmar. The west coast is a state familiar with Rakhine state. On the east side is Mandalay and Naypyitaw. Southern region adjacent to Bago region and the north is adjacent to the Sagaing region

Most of the population of Makay is Burmese. as in Sagaing Region Both Makuay and Sagaing have no ethnic armed forces. But there is a movement of the Burmese PDF, which the shadow government. (NUG) push to establish with cooperation from neighboring ethnic forces such as Kachin State and Chin State Help train combat and use weapons.

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Movement of PDFs in Magway and Sagaing Most of them have ambushed military and police forces, as well as vandalized private businesses accused of supporting the Burma Army, such as Mytel cell phone towers, or intercepting Myanmar beer-branded beer trucks. and forbidding villagers’ shops in the area to sell this brand of beer.

A villager near the site of the clashes told local reporters that Usually at the foot of the Mae Salee Bridge No checkpoint has ever been set. The Burma Army chose to set up a checkpoint at this point on that day. Probably because of the news of the PDF’s movement in the area, so they waited to be arrested, but the clashes broke out first.

Numerous weapons can be captured after the end of the clash.

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