NLD party member Phyo Zeyar Thaw’s support on weapons/ammunition supply to commit terrorist acts in Yangon continues to be recovered

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The arrest of 50 terrorists who perpetrated terrorist acts in Yangon under the instruction of CRPH and NUG terrorist groups, including NLD party member and leader of the terrorist activities Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw, together with weapons, ammunition and related explosive items, was published on 20 November. His support on weapons/ammunition supplies to commit acts of violence in Yangon was published on 22 November.
According to his statement, PDF terrorists, named Aung Ko Latt, Thet Paing Htwe, Aung Ko Ko, Chit Ko Ko Thant, Wai Yan Tun, Shein Wai Moe, Saw Vital Ko Ko, Lwin Lwin Tun, Tay Zar Lin (a) Ote Kyi, Soe Myat Shwe, Sa Zin Aung, Zin Min Tun (a) Sati, Shin Thant Hein, Nay Myo Tun, Hein Min Latt, Win Thinzar, were arrested on 18, 19 and 20 November respectively.
Perpetrator Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw was born on 26 March 1981 in Yangon. He got his bachelor degree in English from the Yadanabon University in 2003 and worked as an artist (singer). He was sentenced to six years in prison for forming an illegal association and holding illegal money but was released on State pardon in 2011.
He joined the NLD party in 2012 and in the by-election, he contested as the Pyithu Hluttaw Representative for Zabuthiri Township from the NLD party and won. He served as a confidant of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi and was closely involved in her domestic and international travels and in campaigns.
According to his statement, he has been leading violent protests in Yangon since February 2021. Since April, he has connected with Ye Mon, Zaw Wai Soe, Lwin Ko Latt from the NUG and acted as the in-charge of Yangon Region and cooperated with De Nyein Linn (a) Day Wa, Wai Phyo Han (a) Naung Yoe. He organized Zoom meetings and discussed matters related to attending explosive and terrorist training in the KNLA Brigade Area (6), supporting weapons and ammunition, acts of terror and attacking security forces, setting a D-Day to fight against the Government, and funding.
It was revealed that Naing Htoo Aung funded Yan Naing, a commander of the KNLA Brigade Area (6), and had him organized terrorist training to extremist young people who supported NLD party near Kawkareik Township and Phayathonezu. Short-term trainees were recruited as STF terrorist group; Long-term trainees became PDF terrorists, and those who attended refresher course were formed as SOF terrorist group. Terrorist acts were committed in Yangon with these groups and township terrorist groups which were formed with strong NLD party supporters.
According to the statement of Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw, NUG terrorist group formed PDF terrorist groups in July. Ye Mon has become the in-charge of the North PDF terrorist group and East PDF terrorist group. Lwin Ko Latt has become the in-charge of the South PDF terrorist group and Nay Myo has become the in-charge of the Middle PDF terrorist group. They all perpetrated terrorist acts to disrupt the governance of the State Government and to intimidate the public.
Under the instruction of Lwin Ko Latt and Kun Min, Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw and De Nyein Lin (a) Day Wa has become the joint heads of the STF and PDF terrorist groups. Wai Phyo Han (a) Naung Yoe became the in-charge of the Yangon Region Pa-Ka-Pha terrorist group. PK became the in-charge of SOF terrorist group. Kyaw Swar (a) Ant Kyaw became the in-charge of the Information Team.
According to the statement of Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw, members of NUG terrorist group Ye Mon and Lwin Ko Latt connected Naing Htoo Aung, PK, Wai Phyo Han (a) Naung Yoe with the KNU group and transported weapons and ammunition and explosives from Theinzayat-Waw-Thanatpin-Tarwa through Bago River and from Thayatpin Chaung to Yangon. The weapons, ammunition and explosives were then transported through Myawady-Theinzayat-Yangon by vehicles. In Yangon, Zin Oo Maung (a) Nay La and Tay Zar Lin (a) Ote Kyi received them and stored them separately at No 67, Thukhita street, 29 ward, Thingangyun and at No 142, Ngwe Tite Soe Compound, Phyi Thar Yar lane (2), (Za) North ward.
Hit list was made to kill ward/village administrators, civil servants, members of USDP party and other opposing party members, and innocent civilians, and the lists were submitted to the NUG. Weapons/ammunition were issued to assassination groups according to the missions given by the NUG. A total of 30 explosions at government offices, 32 explosions at ward administration offices, nine explosions near the electricity office, nine explosions near Ka-Nya-Na office, 12 explosions at traffic control rooms, five explosions on CCTV Control Box, 60 explosions in public areas, two bombings near religious buildings, three bombings in schools, altogether 178 explosions and 36 assassinations have been executed by them under the NUG.
According to the statement of perpetrator Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw, Phyu Phyu Thin, Naing Htoo Aung, Win Myat Aye, Lwin Ko Latt collected funds in various ways and transfer them via illegal ways to him. He spent those funds in purchasing weapons/ammunition, explosives, unlicenced vehicles, renting safe houses for terrorists, bombings and assassinations, rewards to terrorists depends on the success of the mission, and some for his personal use.
It was revealed that under the instruction of NUG, SOF in-charge PK will commit “Pyan Hlwar Aung Mission”, which aims to attack security forces, bombings in public areas and schools, killing teachers and exploding COVID-19 check-points, and Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw was arrested while accelerating this mission.
According to his confession, Commander Yan Naing and a colonel of the KNU/KNLA Brigade Area (6) provided necessary consultation for the bombings and killings. On 31 October, terrorists tried to use M-79 bomb launcher for the first time to shoot Hline police station, however, it didn’t work properly. Finally, after the instruction of the KNU commander and the colonel, three shots were done. It was also revealed that Yan Naing asked to contact to him in mentioning military activities in the area (6).
In addition, the Hanthawady military plan is being drawn up to perpetrate terrorist acts in Yangon, Bago and Ayeyawady regions, and the plan also includes to ambush small security outposts and loot weapons/ammunition.
The following suspects were arrested for committing terrorists acts under the instruction of Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw.
– 6 suspects including Nay Lin who were involved in 10 bombings in Dagon Myothit Township were arrested with ammunition within April and June.
– 8 suspects including Shwe Ye Nyunt who involved in the assassination of an innocent civilian in Tamway Township on 8 June, were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 13 suspects including Zaw Htike (a) Zaw Thura from SRU terrorist group were arrested after returning back from the terrorist training course in KNLA Brigade (6) on 10 June,
– 5 suspects including Khant Sithu who were involved in the shooting to a security guard in front of the Myanma Economic Bank in Tamway Township on 29 June were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– Aung Myo Min who was involved in the shooting of one civilian in Dagon Myothit (East) on 7 July, was arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 35 suspects including Kyaw Zaw Hein who were involved in robbing jewels from Shwe Nan Daw gold shop in Lanmadaw Township on 8 July were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– Five including Kaung Pyisone Oo who were involved in shooting incident by shotguns to police members onboard the circular train.
– 31 suspects including Nyi Nyi Tun who were involved in the killing of an innocent civilian on 17 August were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 16 suspects including Hein Kyaw Lwin who were involved in the explosion of homemade mine under the bridge and Thunanda traffic lights in North Okkalapa Township on 6 and 7 September were arrested with weapons and ammunition and stimulant tablets.
– 11 suspects including Aung Nyein Chan who were involved in the attack to patrolling security forces in Sangyoung Township on 9 September were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 12 suspects including Zin Min Tun who were involved in the shooting to security forces on the bridge in North Okkalapa Township on 10 September were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 9 suspects including Hein Htet Aung (a) Zan Ye who were involved in the killing of U Naing Lin in Dagon Myothit (North) Township on 13 September were arrested.
– 7 suspects including Win Ko Oo (a) Thura Lwin (a) Wai Gyi who were involved in the killing of an innocent civilian near King tea shop in Kamayut Township on 18 September were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 18 suspects including Zwe Wai Yan Htet (a) Edison from Hlegu PDF group who were involved in the killing of an innocent civilian near Thiri Myaing train station in Hline Township on 20 October were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 13 suspects from STF terrorist group including Han Win Htut who were involved in the bank robbery of KBZ bank in Botahtaung Township on 22 October were arrested with weapons and ammunition and the cash.
– 14 suspects including Saw Bel Zin Htoo who were involved in the shooting to security forces at Bargayar traffic lights in Kyimyindine Township on 23 October were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 11 suspects including Aung Kaung San who were involved in the bombing in Insein Township on 23 October were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 23 suspects from 44 st UG terrorist group including Min Hein Khant who were involved in killing of an innocent civilian in Pazundaung Township on 26 October, bombings to schools, and in public places were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– Four suspects including Sitt Zaw Kan (a) Han Thar Tun from SRU group who were involved in the assassination of Mytel GM U Thein Aung in Mayangon Township on 4 November were arrested.
– 7 suspects including Than Naing (a) BaeOo who were involved in the small armed attack to the township administration office in Mingaladon Township on 7 November were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
– 4 suspects including Shan Satt (a) Steven from Octopus terrorist groups who committed terrorist acts in Hline Township on 9 November were arrested with homemade mines.
– 11 suspects including Myat Thu (a) Nat Soe who were involved in the bombing near the administration office in Dagon Myothit (South) on 14 November were arrested.
– 13 suspects including Aung Ko Oo and Yan Naing Tun who attacked the security forces in Thakayta Township on 15 November were arrested with weapons and ammunition.
According to the statements of the arrested suspects, they didn’t want to do such things because of the racism of the KNU forces during the training, poor living conditions in the camp and that the people do not want violence. However, they were threatened to perpetrate terrorist acts with the fact that they registered their family backgrounds while being trained in the KNU area.
A total of 293 terrorists (247 men and 46 women), including NLD party member Maung Kyaw (a) Phyo Zeyar Thaw, have been arrested together with 169 weapons, 231 homemade guns, 6 blowpipes, 312 magazines, 18,819 rounds of ammunition, 43 40-mm bombs, 16 mines, 48 grenades, 1,099 homemade mine, 175 homemade blowpipes, 61 smoke bombs, 5 visses of gunpowder, 28 strong, 11 weak, 43 bags of homemade gunpowder, 896 detonators, 4 detonator, 163 rounds of TNT ammunition, 9 rounds of C4 (1.25) pounds, 14 transistors, 20 keypad phones, 16 walkie-talkies, 5 radios, 2 binoculars, 16 satellite phones, 2 laptops, 1 hard disk, ATM cards, 1 passport, lists of places to be exploded, lists of people to be killed, stimulant tablets and other related items.
In addition, apartments and houses involved in the violence will be held as witnesses under the Anti-Terrorism Law and will be confiscated. The landlords who rent them out to accommodate the members of the terrorist PDF group will continue to be prosecuted under the existing law.
The people are requested to report any movement of terrorist groups to the relevant authority secretly and they will be rewarded, and to work together for peace and stability in the towns and villages as soon as possible.—MNA

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