Terrorists destroy schools nationwide, no casualty reported

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Terrorists are carrying out armed attacks in some areas intending to undermine the country’s stability and the rule of law.
In addition to road and bridge bombings, public houses, State and private factories and workshops are being set on fire and bombed.
Now that the basic education schools have reopened, the schools have been burnt down. It was found that landmines are being planted, but no casualties were reported, officials said. This is being done in Myaungmya Township, Ayeyawady Region as terrorists set fire to a primary school in Pho Kyar Kone Village at around 6 am yesterday, destroying two classrooms.
Terrorists detonated grenades at Chanmyathazi Township’s No. (35) Basic Education High School in Mya Yi Nanda Ward, Mandalay Region at around 6:30 pm on 2 November.
A same action saw at Sinmakaw village basic education middle school, Kyauktan Township, Yangon Region, around 7:15 pm, on the same day and no casualty was reported.
Security forces are continuing to identify and prosecute the perpetrators of the violence, officials said.—MNA

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