Terrorist supporters, PDF catering officers, CDM support in-charge arrested with explosives, rations in Yangon

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A total of five suspects including a former NLD’s Pyithu Hluttaw Representative were arrested together with explosives and rations in Yangon on 21 and 22 August.
According to a report, security forces searched the house on Tayayone road in Mingala ward, Taikkyi Township and arrested Htein Win, Aye Min Soe, Aye Thuzar, Zaw Lin and Khin Myat Thu (Former NLD’s Pyithu Hluttaw Representative) on 21 August.
Following the confession made by Htein Win, 35 sound bombs, 28 smoke bombs, and related materials used in homemade mines were found and seized at No (330/B) Minye Kyaw Swar road, Kyeepwayay ward, Thingangyun Township on 22 August. A total of seven related suspects were also arrested in townships in Yangon on 22 and 23 August.
Khin Myat Thu claimed that she was in charge of Yangon Region in the CDM Supporting Group formed by most NLD former Hluttaw Representatives, under the guidance of Phyu Phyu Thin, a member of illegal CRPH. She received financial aids for CDMers from Phyu Phyu Thin and distributed them to a total of 1,000 CDMers.
Htein Win (former member of the Information Department of Yangon Region government) confessed that he was the Deputy Chief of the People’s Defence Force for Mingaladon Township, under the instruction of Wai Phyo Han (former Yangon Region Hluttaw Representative, NLD member). He supported Nyi Nyi Min and Min Min (a) Ba Sai with 6.5 million kyats to purchase arms for PDF and prepared to open PDF training courses in Taikkyi Township, Yangon.
According to the confession of Aye Min Soe (Former Mingaladon Township NLD executive member), he was the Ration Officer for PDF under the instruction of Wai Phyo Han. Since March, Khin Sandar Win (Wife of Former Yangon Region Social Affairs Minister) provided rice and cooking oil to PDF groups, and he delivered foods to PDF training courses in Thanlyin, Hlegu, Taikkyi Townships under the instruction of Nyi Nyi Min. It is also learned that Tun Tun also provided 10,300,000 kyats to PDF in KNU area.
It is reported that action will be taken against those who support and provide PDF groups with financial assistant, food and arms. The people are also requested to secretly report any information about them and related suspects to the relevant authoritiest and to work together for immediate peace and stability in towns and villages. — MNA

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