Peace restored as Hsihseng regained from PNLO, KNDF, and KPDF

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Aftermath photos reveal debris and damage following terrorist attack on Hsihseng Township Hospital and Public Health Office by PNLO, KNDF and PDF.

Local Tatmadaw members, MPF members, departmental personnel, people’s militia (local) members and national race people participated in clearing debris in damaged local residences and departmental buildings set fire by terrorists in Hsihseng of Shan State yesterday.
Maj-Gen Naing Naing Oo of the Office of the Commander-in-Chief (Army) presented cash donations to Mwedaw Pagoda and cash assistance to departmental personnel and security forces.
PNLO terrorists participated in arms smuggling. So, security forces seized a large number of arms and ammunition from PNLO terrorists on 17 December 2023 and 20 January 2024.
PNLO ambushed security posts along the Union highway on 21 February. So, security forces took security measures to control the region in addition to combatting terrorists in 16 clashes and then totally controlled the Union highway on 29 February. So, the transport process of vehicles could resume as usual on 1 March.
Most of Pa-O people from Hsihseng Township joined hands with Tatmadaw and people’s militia (local) members to launch attacks on PNLO on 27 February and reoccupied Hokhe monastery and hospital on 28 February, hospital staff housing and police station on 2 March, Mwedaw pagoda hillock on 13 March, Sanphu Village on 18 March, Kyaukkacha on 19 March and Phayaphyu road junction on 25 March. In the incidents, some bodies of terrorists, arms, ammunition and related accessories were seized, and some Tatmadaw members, people’s militia members and residents were wounded. Thanks to the active cooperation and sacrifice of resident national races, Tatmadaw and people’s militia (local) could reoccupy the Hsihseng region from PNLO, KNDF and KPDF terrorists. — MNA/TTA

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