Terrorists destroy telecommunication towers in Sagaing, Mandalay regions

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Terrorists destory telecommunication towers and cabinets of devices in Yinmabin, Madaya and Thabeikkyin Townships.

Political extremists and terrorists destroyed telecommunication towers in some townships across the country. It is found that they have been planting mines and setting fire to some of these towers.
On 4 September, a MYTEL telecommunication tower, set up in a field at about two furlongs west of Shwehlyan village, Yinmabin Township, Sagaing Region, was set on fire by rubbish, destroying equipment and cablesinside.
At around 2 am on 5 September, terrorists blew up the Ooredoo telecommunication tower set up near milepost 15 miles and one furlong on Tagaung-Bhamo road in Thabeikkyin Township, Mandalay Region, and equipment and cables in the box containing tower control transmitters were destroyed. At the same time, three terrorists driving two motorbikes from the east of the Patle-inn village, set fire to the tower control transmitter box at the bottom of the Ooredoo telecommunication tower set up in the compound of U Kyaw Soe, in Patle-inn village, Madaya Township, Mandalay Region, and escaped toward Singu Township. The fire was put out by the villagers, and transmitters and cables were destroyed in the fire.
Security forces are investigating to identify and arrest the terrorists effectively under the law, it is reported.—MNA

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