Plans to carry out terrorist bombings in Yangon revealed

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The youths involved in the riots were targeted by a group of people who wanted to commit acts of sabotage, letting them study bombing training courses in an ethnic armed group. According to the information received of them returning after the training course, the security forces closely monitored security in the area.
On 29 April, Phyo Ko Ko, Swan Ye, Aung Pyae Phyo Kyaw, Than Htut Zaw and Htet Aung were detained at the Mayanchaung checkpoint. Wine Chit Htwe, Min Khit Aung, Htet Wai Yan and Shwe Myintzu Oo were arrested near Bilin Tyre Factory. U Thant Zin and his wife Daw Cho Cho Aung, who transported them, were arrested near the restaurant.
According to the confession of Wine Chit Htwe, a total of 10 people were arrested together with one large grenade, eight grenades made of PVC pipe, five grenades made of iron rod, one steel grenade, and one grenade made of a juice can on 2 May in Thingangyun Township, Yangon.
On 3 May, Kyaw Soe Hein was arrested in Insein, according to the confession made by Thet Paing Htwe, one of the defendants charged in Thingangyun Township.
Efforts are being made to arrest the instigators: Tun Tun, Okka, Saw Michael Lin and Tawthar Gyi, who incited and supported the youths to commit terrorist attacks after attending the bombing training courses, Ye Khant, who is on the run after returning from the training course, Tint Lwin Oo (a) Pho Ni who connected them with the training course and Lin Htike who transported them to the training course.
Plans are underway to take effective legal action against those who attended the bombing training and those involved in the terrorist bombings intending to undermine peace and stability of the country and the rule of law. – MNA

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