KNPP, PDF terrorists to face serious actions for breaking stipulations of Counter-Terrorism Law, Penal Code, International Laws

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The XY-AML aircraft type ATR 72-600 of Myanmar National Airlines (MNA) carrying 63 passengers was shot by KNPP and PDF terrorists with the weapon (under verification) while conducting the landing procedures to land at Loikaw Airport at about 8:45 am on 30 September. It hit the left part of the aircraft fuselage causing a passenger injured on the right cheek onboard the aircraft.
Although these KNPP and PDF terrorists broke the existing laws obviously, they released the statements online to conceal their doings. Despite such action, the organizations that are linked with the KNPP and PDF terrorists also issued statements threatening the flight operations of domestic airlines directly on 3 December 2021, according to certain evidences.
According to the provisions of the Counter-Terrorism Law Sections 9 and 49, it found that the terrorist attack of KNPP and PDF terrorists on the flight passenger while the aircraft was in service, was breaking the Counter-Terrorism Law Section 54 in addition to Sections 9 and 49.
Moreover, according to the Geneva Convention and International Laws, the attack of KNPP and PDF terrorists on non-military targets was committing to War Crime.
The Law of Armed Conflict or International Humanitarian Law, which is based on four Geneva Conventions, and Rules 1, 2, 7 and 11 of Customary International Humanitarian Law stated that the parties to the conflict must at all times distinguish between civilians and combatants. Attacks may only be directed against combatants. Attacks must not be directed against civilians; acts or threats of violence the primary purpose of which is to spread terror among the civilian population are prohibited; The parties to the conflict must at all times distinguish between civilian objects and military objectives. Attacks may only be directed against military targets. Attacks must not be directed against civilian targets and indiscriminate attacks are prohibited.
The terrorist attacks of KNPP and PDF terrorists on civil aircraft, targets and civilians are breaching the stipulations of the Counter-Terrorism Law, Penal Code, Law of Armed Conflict or International Humanitarian Law based on four Geneva Conventions, and so serious actions will be taken against those who commit such heavy crimes under the existing law of the country.

Information Team
State Administration Council

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