Armed terrorist groups attack COVID-19 detection checkpoint of Shwegu Township using heavy, small arms


The terrorist groups attack the security force and security outposts using huge and small weapons in some townships. On 22 November, at about 8:25 pm, about 30 members of KIA and PDF terrorist groups launched attacks on the COVID-19 detection checkpoint at No (4) junction of Shwegu Township in Kachin State. After 10 minutes of the clash between the terrorists and security members, they retraced.
The security forces cooperate with the regional military command to conduct security measures to arrest the suspects who attacked the security members serving duties for health processes of public and community peace. — MNA

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