Allegations of Tatmadaw-used chemical bomb refuted as false

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The screenshot validates misinformation.

Certain media outlets with subversive intentions have accused Tatmadaw of deploying chemical bombs during conflicts near Thayetgon Village, Nawnghkio Township, Shan State (North), on 8 May.
They claim that these bombs resulted in symptoms of dizziness and nausea among terrorists. However, an official from the security forces has refuted these claims, stating that there was no use of chemical weapons. According to their statement, terrorists have falsely accused Tatmadaw of employing such tactics in conflicts where they faced significant losses. Reports from the recent conflict indicate a high number of casualties among terrorists due to heavy weapon attacks and air supporting fire by the security forces. It appears that certain deceitful media outlets are spreading misinformation as part of their propaganda campaign. — MNA/NT

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