Fabricated news by Mizzima misleads public on military service enlistment

The subversive media outlet Mizzima has been spreading fabricated and misleading news, alleging that a ward administrator demanded K7 million from an old woman to replace her grandson on the military service training list in Ingapu Township, Ayeyawady Region.
However, a resident has refuted these claims, stating that there is no truth to the story. According to this resident, there was no instance of a young man listed for military service fleeing from Kwinkauk Village, nor was his grandmother asked for K7 million.
Since the implementation of the People’s Military Service Law, malicious media outlets have engaged in deliberate subversive activities, including spreading fabricated stories and fake news, making baseless accusations, and intimidating individuals involved in the enlistment process. These actions stem from their fear that people will acquire military skills and fulfil their national defence duties. — MNA/TKO

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