KNPP, PDF terrorists spread false news of rescuing faculty members, families, and Loikaw University rector

KNPP and PDF terrorists launched attacks on Loikaw University in Kayah State which is not a military target on 13 and 14 November with heavy and small weapons and abducted faculty members and families including the rector. After such doings, they also disseminate misinformation on social media.
When they raided Loikaw University, they threatened faculty members, families and the rector that they might be killed for not joining CDM, and abducted them as human shields while some faculty members were brutally killed. Moreover, some educational buildings were destroyed in their attacks, and the examination for the third shift of the University of Distance Education scheduled on 13 November was stalled indefinitely causing huge losses to students.
It was also found out that they broadcast false news that they rescued faculty members, families and the rector and placed them safely even though they forcefully seized them and video files of faculty members and the rector who are just saying the plot they created via misinformation media outlets on 20 November aiming at destroying the peace and stability of the country.
Tatmadaw is now making concerted efforts for rescue operations to ensure the safe return of faculty members, families and the rector of Loikaw University who are serving their duties and showing their loyalty to the country without joining the CDM and are being abducted by KNPP and PDF terrorists. — MNA/KTZH

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