PDF terrorists brutally kill 16 men, 7 women in Myinmu, ChaungU townships in Sagaing Region


Political extremists PDF terrorists are perpetrating murder cases, arson attacks and bomb attacks on educational and health buildings and houses in some villages of townships so that they can threaten, seek the support of locals and collect money.
The PDF terrorists brutally killed 16 men and 7 women in Myinmu and ChaungU townships of the Sagaing Region.
On 30 April evening, they arrested U Tun Naing, U Pyay Aye, U Zaw Myint, U San Htoo, U San Oo, U Myo San, U Tin Wan, U Chit Thingyan Hein, Daw Tin May Htay, Daw Tin Mary, Daw Kyi Htay, Daw Thinzar Win, Daw Tin May Aye, Ma Amy Kyaw and Ma Amy Thin in vehicles to the cemetery and shot eight men including U Tun Naing and two women to death and burnt their bodies. They released Daw Kyi Htay, Daw Thinzar Win, Daw Tin May Aye, Ma Amy Kyaw and Ma Amy Thin.
Similarly, the PDF terrorists also abducted U Pyar Gyi, U Nan Htike, U Soe Than, U Kyaw Shwe, U Zaw, U Min, U Min, U Hlaing Myo Tun, Daw San Nyunt Sein, Daw Yin Mar Htay, Daw Tin Maw, Ma Thet Hnin Wai and Ma Thwe Zin Win from Kinmoontaw Village in ChaungU Township of Sagaing Region on the morning of 1 May. They were shot to death, accused of being informers, and their bodies were abandoned in the creek about one mile from the west of Ngalonetin Village.
The people want the security members to arrest and take action against the PDF terrorists for killing innocent people in groups. The region’s military commands and Myanmar Police Force carry out necessary measures according to security-related procedures and urge the residents to cooperate to ensure community peace. — MNA

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