10 suspects arrested together with firearms, explosives in Myingyan Township

The NUG and CRPH, declared as terrorist groups by the government, commit bomb attacks on schools, educational buildings and township electric offices and accuse the innocent civilians of informers in order to affect the state stability and threaten the public.
On 7 July, the security forces raided the house of U Sein Win in Jokpin Village in Myingyan Township and arrested Sein Win, Han Zaw Htike, Mann Lin, Win Ko, Kyaw Sein Oo, Naing Linn, Chan Min Hein, Arkar Kyaw, Naing Min Ko and Chit San Maung together with the bombs and other explosives.
According to the confession of Sein Win, the police seized other firearms including homemade mines, jingalis and gas protective suits in his house compound.
Of these 10 suspects, Han Zaw Htike (aka) Pa Thine from Hta Naung Taing Village and Chan Min Hein from Lint Gyi (northern village) of Myingyan Township attended the military course conducted by the PDF near Nyaung Kan Village in Taungtha Township. Chan Min Hein is one of the members of ZERO-3 in Ywarsi Village and other detainees are gathered to form PDF.
The former NLD MP of Myingyan Township (2015) Aung Myo Latt who was charged under section 505 (a), NLD member Kyaw San Oo and NLD supporter Dr Win Naing Phone supported them to collect guns and join the military training. They bought the homemade bombs and 9MM bullets for them and Shine Htet Aung (Taungtha), Kyaw Zeya (Shwesi Village of Myingyan) and Min Ko (Myingyan) kept these materials to launch the attack in Myingyan Township. They gathered the members and firearms to attack the security forces, according to their confessions.
Therefore, the suspects who conducted destructive elements will face legal actions under the law and the people are urged to inform the officials secretly if they know the hiding places and activities of insurgents. —MNA

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