PDF terrorists brutally kill monks


NUG, CRPH and PDF terrorists commit threats, murders and robberies on administrative officials, government employees and innocent civilians in some regions of the country and also kill monks for various reasons.
At about 10:30 am on 16 January, the donors noticed that Sayadaw Bhaddanta Patita of Panthagon Monastery in Kanbalu Township in Sagaing was missing when they came to donate ‘Soon’ (day meals) at the monastery. At about 8:50 pm on that day, Sayadaw was found dead with knife wounds and burn injuries about two furlongs from the west of the monastery.
Similarly, security forces received a tip-off that a monk fell on Seinpan road of industrial zone ward of Monywa Township at 9:50 pm and they went to the incident place and found the dead body of novice Javana (aka) Nyein Chan with bruises from Ywahtaung monastery in Latzin village-tract of Monywa Township. According to the investigation, when the novice was walking alone on Seinpan road, a motorcycle ran into him and he was beaten to death.
The terrorist groups commit brutal murder cases against the monks, and a total of 20 monks was killed with seven being injured to date.
The terrorists brutally killed not only innocent people, who do not support them, and also even the monks. The people are urged to cooperate with officials to prevent such murder cases and report to the nearest security forces regarding the movements of the terrorists. — MNA

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