Armed terrorists kill innocent township administrators, people

The armed extremists brutally killed the township administrative officials and innocent people in some townships.
On 1 July, about 16 villagers including U Kyaw Oo and U Win Paw from Kabaryat village in Pale Township of Sagaing Region granted loans from Sathapana Company in Monywa and returned home. Meanwhile, about 40 insurgents holding percussion rifles and wearing masks stopped their vehicle near Dam channel (5) between Poppa Village of Pale Township and Tamabin Khwa Village of Yinmabin Township. They tied 14 villagers and shot U Kyaw Oo and U Win Paw and took their money and mobile phones. U Win Paw died on the spot and U Kyaw Oo got a gunshot wound.
Similarly, two insurgents riding motorcycles shot U Aung Myint, village head of Nwe Yone Village in Singu Township of Mandalay Region yesterday at the betel shop beside Mandalay-Mogok road. U Aung Myint died on the spot and U Than Aye, an owner of the betel shop was injured. They were taken to Singu General Hospital. The security members found five 9mm shells near the incident place.
The officials will investigate to arrest the insurgents and take action under the law. – MNA

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