Transmission towers destroyed by terrorist bombings

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Terrorist groups have targeted and killed innocent people living peacefully in some areas for aiming at total annihilation of government administrative mechanisms with their subversive acts.
State-owned buildings, public hospitals, schools, homes, villages, markets, state-owned banks, private banks, departmental offices, state-owned property, private property, factories, workplaces and power transmission towers are under the mine and arson attacks.
On the morning of 7 January, an explosion was heard in front of the Takaung Nickel Plant in Htigyaing Township and power was cut off.
Security forces inspected the factory and found no explosions or damage around the plant.
At around 3 pm yesterday evening, pillars T-245 and T-244 were found to have collapsed from the ground and pillars T-243 were tilted.
Officials are working to maintain the operation of the factory and to restore the power lines as terrorists destroyed the towers.
An investigation is underway to arrest the terrorists who are fleeing after the mine blast. — MNA

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