Homes, apartments occupied by terrorists to become national property

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The meeting 1/2021 of the Anti-Terrorism Central Committee in progress on 23 June 2021 in Nay Pyi Taw.

The Anti-Terrorism Cenrral Committee has announced that houses and apartments rented by individuals apprehended in connexion with acts of explosions and assassinations will be retained as evidence. Subsequently, upon confirmation by the court following the trial, these properties will be confiscated as national assets.
A new notification was issued on 12 June directed towards apartment owners who permit terrorists to reside in their premises. Henceforth, owners are required to rent out their flats or apartments only after ensuring that the tenants’ personal information is complete. Additionally, owners must report the list of tenants to the respective ward or village administrative bodies, along with the supporting evidence of their information.
Renting out houses or apartments to individuals associated with terrorist organizations is viewed as aiding and abetting terrorism, tantamount to engaging in violent acts akin to terrorists themselves.
Consequently, it is crucial for apartment owners to conduct thorough screenings before renting out their properties. Failure to report the guest list will result in the seizure of rented apartments as evidence upon the arrest of perpetrators. Furthermore, such properties will be confiscated as national assets, and appropriate action will be taken against the owners as accomplices to violence when the matter reaches the court. — TWA/MKKS

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