NLD member Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw arrested with weapons, ammunition in Yangon

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Arrestee Phyo Zeyar Thaw is seen with weapons and ammunition.

A press release was issued on 17 November regarding the arrest of a total of 47 suspects – 40 men and 7 women, who murdered the security forces at the Thanlyin Bridge, North Okkalapa Bridge, Htantabin Township, and Bargaya Traffic Light, under the attacks of terrorist NUG and NLD member Phyo Zeyar Thaw. They were arrested with 34 assorted small arms, 70 assorted magazines, 2,105 assorted rounds of ammunition, 17 40mm grenades, 10 homemade bombs, two grenades eight mines, five smoke bombs, seven bags of gunpowder, and one binoculars.
NLD member Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw, who has been behind the acts of terrorism in Yangon, including the killing of security forces, was arrested with weapons and ammunition in Yangon on 18 November.
Due to the cooperation of the dutiful civilians who condemn the killing of civil service personnel and members of security forces, he was arrested together with two pistols, 48 rounds of 9mm ammunition, one M16 gun, 74 rounds of 5.56 ammunition in Dagon Myothit (Seikkan) Township in Yangon. His terrorist acts will further be reported, according to the authorities. — MNA

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