Police arrest six terrorists who launched attacks in Shan, Kayah states

P Tal Aung diagram 21 8 2021MWD NS
The diagram is depicted based on confession of Pital Aung arrested at entrance gate to Namsang on 30 July 2021.

Acting on tip-off that the terrorists transported the weapons/firearms to destroy the tranquility of the State, the security forces conduct investigation to uncover the cases.
On 30 July, NLD member of Pekhon Pital Aung, in charge of transportation of Pekhon PDF who was charged under Penal Code section 505-a in Namsang Township of Shan State (South) and other PDF members Hline Kyu (aka) Sai Lu and Maung Net, Zin Thaw Hein and Maung Noh who completed training in PNLO controlled area were arrested together with firearms.
According to the confession of Pital Aung, the police arrested Myo Myat Lin (aka) Phoe Pye, who received/transferred the cash assistance from foreign countries for PDF, with five record books at his house in Nyaungkone Ward 5 of Pekhon Township on 5 August. Moreover, Pital Aung organized Pekhon Township PDF with 16 members including former 2015 Pekhon No (2) Constituency MP Ann Jay Lo in March according to the instruction of Nay Myo, former Nyaungshwe Township Pyithu Hluttaw MP, member of CRPH.
He then contacted Kayan National Party Chairman Khun Bi Htoo of NUG in April and May to send the youths from Moebye and Pekhon Township to the training conducted at Nyanmugon of KNPP, and they organized Pekhon PDF and Moebye PDF.
On 23 May, former Pekhon No (2) Constituency MP Ann Jay Lo cooperated with KNPP and attacked Moebye police station.
Pital Aung used the cash contribution of Karenni living in local and foreign countries to purchase the weapons and communicated with Lin Tun, chairman of NLD party winning committee of Kehsi Township to buy firearms.
On 28 July, Khin Ma Ma Myo, member of NUG led a zoom meeting and Naing Kaung Ywet, former Nyaungshwe Pyithu Hluttaw MP (2015) Nay Myo, former Amyotha Hluttaw (11) Constituency of Mandalay Region Kyaw Myint Oo, former Pyinmana Pyithu Hluttaw MP Than Soe Aung and Dimawhso NLD member Kaw Fari Khin Oo joined the meeting. During the meeting, Khin Ma Ma Myo said that arrangements are being made to conduct attacks in major cities by forming the township PDF and guerrilla warfare and civil war by cooperating with ethnic armed groups.
NUG is arranging to achieve a base in ethnic armed group controlled area and trying to destroy the administrative machinery of the State Administration Council.
According to the words of Hlaing Kyuu, he is the leader of eastern Pekhon PDF. He purchased the arms from Thailand and transported via Myawady.
He requested Nyein Kyaw Htay, major of PNLO for their security when he went to Namsang Township to buy weapons together with Pital Aung on 30 July. Therefore, they came along with Maung Noh and Zin Thaw Hein.
Maung Noh and Zin Thaw Hein joined PNLO in May 2021 and completed the military training of PNLO. During their training days, the youths were giving training and the terrorist group NUG arranged to provide rations and firearms in August.
The six suspects who attempted to destroy the tranquility and rule of law will face legal action in accordance with the law. The people are requested to inform to the officials regarding with the movements or hiding places of terrorist in order to arrest Lin Tun, chairman of NLD winning committee of Keshi Township.—MNA

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