Misinformation circulated regarding MraukU Ancient Cultural Museum incident

Narinjara, a supporter of terrorism in Rakhine State, posted misinformation on social media, claiming that Tatmadaw fired heavy weapons at the MraukU Ancient Cultural Museum in MraukU. The misinformation alleges an explosion in the stone inscription room and the destruction of stone tablets. It has been discovered that misleading information is being written and spread.
Regarding the incident, an official from the local security group reported that on the night of 24 December, AA insurgents launched rockets at two police stations in MraukU. The explosions were reported to have affected residential buildings where residents live, including the MraukU Ancient Cultural Museum, resulting in damage to some residential buildings and stone tablets.
The AA terrorists’ rockets, as reported by subversive media, is claimed to be falsely written, inciting, and circulated with the assertion that the military fired heavy weapons to cover up the shootings. — MNA/KZW

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