Terrorists transport arms, ammunition using philanthropic vehicles

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The 1,200-foot long Myo Soe Bridge in the aftermath of the mine blast by KNLA and PDF terrorists.

It was announced that Tatmadaw wiped out KNLA and PDF terrorists that attacked the local battalion on 7 February in Zayetgyi of Htantabin Township in Bago Region.
The Security Forces conducted security measures in Zayetgyi at 6 am yesterday. The terrorists opened fire on security members of 1,200 feet long Myo Soe Bridge, which is built over the Sittoung River along Kywepwe-Zayetgyi road. They exploded the bridge, aiming at disturbing military columns on the way to Zayetgyi at 4:30 am on 7 February, and they also attacked a regional base in Zayetgyi.
Members of the security force found a damaged Alin Say Taman Parahita vehicle beside the road and also dead bodies of terrorists, arms and ammunition in the vehicles. KNLA and PDF terrorists transported weapons and injured persons under the philanthropic theme.
During the security measures, there was a clash between Tatmadaw columns and terrorists who hid in Zayetgyi, and the terrorists retreated. Then, the arms and ammunition and dead bodies of terrorists were seized.
The terrorists face huge losses and causalities in the Tatmadaw counterattack, air strikes and reinforcements. Therefore, they torched the houses of innocent civilians while retreating. Some locals sent the video files of burning houses to the authorities.
KNLA and PDF terrorists transport their members and weapons using ambulances. The people can participate in fighting terrorism and arresting insurgents as quickly as possible, secretly reporting to the officials about their hiding places and activities. — MNA/KTZH

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