Tatmadaw denies arresting over 100 Muslims; Recruitment from Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay

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Malicious media outlets are spreading the false news claiming that Tatmadaw forcefully arrested 107 Muslims aged between 18-35 from the Kyauktalone IDP camp in Kyaukpyu Township of Rakhine State.
According to an official of Kyaukpyu township, there was no recruitment of soldiers or forcible abduction, and the news is just a fake one.
Similarly, Khit Thit media is also spreading misleading news, stating that the security forces abducted the citizens from Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay region to serve military service, and they foster to check the household lists.
Actually, the respective departments are just sharing knowledge of People’s Military Service Law with the citizens, and the malicious media created fake news to cause misunderstanding among the citizens. The government media have already reportedly stated the contact numbers of the Central Committee on People’s Military Servant Summoning to get a clear understanding and not to be afraid of the rumours. — MNA/TRKM

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