Discovery of ARSA extremist terrorists’ hidden IEDs

File photos show IEDs which were found in Myazin Village, Maungtaw Township. Photo: MNA
File photos show IEDs which were found in Myazin Village, Maungtaw Township. Photo: MNA

Security personnel conducting law enforcement measures in Yathedaung and Maungtaw townships in Rakhine State discovered ARSA extremist terrorists’ hidden IEDs.
About 11:40 a.m. on 30 September, security personnel conducting law enforcement measures found a suspicious blue color plastic container in a bush about 300 meters west of Ahtetnanya Village, Yathedaung Township. Upon inspection, two IEDs made from a 9 inch long 4 inch diameter pipe and 9 inch long 2 ½ inch diameter was found in the container.
Similarly, on the morning of 1 October, security personnel conducing law enforcement measures dug suspicious loose earth in the compound of a burnt house in Myazin Village, Maungtaw Township and found two yellow color plastic containers containing IEDs hidden underneath rice husks.
In the two plastic containers were two 6 inch long 4 inch diameter IEDs and ten 9 inch long 2 inch diameter IEDs totaling 12 IEDs, four remote controls with the word RE on it and a coil of wire about 125 ft. long. ARSA extremist terrorists were conducting mine attacks and there were 13 attacks before 25 August and 75 attacks after 25 August. — Myanmar News Agency

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