PDFs brutally kill monks

The terrorist groups CRPH and NUG organized the PDFs to kill innocent people for various reasons, commit arson attacks on state-owned buildings, public hospitals, schools, homes and villages and rob across the nation.
Moreover, they also kill the monks and children for many reasons. On 11 November, Sayadaw Bhaddanta Somana of Mingala Hmankyaung Monastery was shot to death by two terrorists in Thetawlay Village of Wundwin Township of Mandalay Region.
Similarly, on 14 November, the unscrupulous person killed a monk near the Pyidaungsu and Thazi junction traffic light in Dawna Ward of Monwya Township in the Sagaing Region.
Moreover, the terrorists stabbed a monk who was residing at Theikdhi Aung Monastery (Shwe Yaung Pya) Monastery in Tabet Swal Village-tract of Bilin Township of Mon State at the same night. The monk got serious injuries.
Section 361 of the 2008 Constitution states the Union recognizes the special position of Buddhism as the faith professed by the great majority of the citizens of the Union and Section 362 also states the Union also recognizes Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Animism as the religions existing in the Union at the day of the coming into operation of this Constitution.
The terrorist groups intentionally kill the monks of Buddhism as the faith professed by the great majority of the citizens of the Union and so the entire people should cooperate with the security force and report on the movement and activities of terrorists to the nearest security force. — MNA

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