Tatmadaw Troops occupy MNDAA’s outposts

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Map shows MNDAA’s outposts occupied by the forces of the Tatmadaw. Photo: MNA

The forces of  the Tatmadaw have occupied outposts of MNDAA armed group on border area with China.
The Tatmadaw released an information yesterday and said that its troops occupied the outposts between BP 126 and BP 127, Point 1052 hill.
MNDAA armed groups attacked Tatmadaw camps, police force and civilian targets at Laukkai  in the early morning of March 6, taking the strong hold on the hills, which were restricted areas for the government troops to give aerial backup. Upon receipt of the news in advance, the government troops managed to fight against the armed groups. So, their attacks met with failure in the fighting for occupying Laukkai, and they attacked again on the defensive, firing 107 mm launchers into Laukkai.
Tatmadaw troops as well, fought against the armed groups for the peace and stability in Laukkai and along the border area starting from 8 March, reoccupying point 1269 hillock, on March 15, point 1052 on March 16 and point 1088 on March 17.
From March 6 till the last time of occupying the hillocks, 28 bodies, 59 various kinds of firearms, ammunitions and accessories, more than 130000 tablets of amphetamines were seized, with some members of the Tatmadaw killed and some wounded, said the statement.—GNLM

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