Withdraw the country-Kachin force! Myanmar military dictator killed protesters

  Withdraw the country-Kachin force!  Myanmar military dictator killed protesters
Withdraw the country-Kachin force! Myanmar military dictator killed protesters

Friday, March 19, 2021 20:26

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Take the Kachin Force back! Myanmar military dictator killed protesters

Friday, March 19, 2021, 18.52

On 19 March 2021, The Irawadi of Myanmar reported the KIA Use Artillery on the Myanmar Police at the Z-Mining Hub, stating that the Kachin Freedom Forces (KIA) fired artillery at the Hapakant police station. It is the center of jade mining in Kachin State. . Myanmar The incident came to light on 18 March 2021 by KIA Group Information Officer Colonel Nava Boo that KIA had also attacked the Shanni Fort, a paramilitary force dependent on the Myanmar Army.

The police station was responsible for securing the Jade Mine at Hapakant, and the Jade was a major income for the Myanmar army and its business associates.

A villager said that on the morning of March 18, 2021, the sound of gunshots and explosions was heard, six shells were heard in Mavlek and later Seok Mu, but did not hear if anyone was injured or killed, and the other four gunmen were heard Gone. In the afternoon, but Colonel Nava Boo said that he was unaware of the day’s attacks. While the Military Council did not clarify the matter.

The news report went on to say that the ninth battalion of the KIA group warned the residents of Hapakant to ban Myanmar army schools and places of worship from being used as an army. And will punish anyone using vehicles to transport weapons, equipment and supplies to soldiers. The Myanmar Army and the KIA are in ceasefire talks. It was not until February 1, 2021 that Myanmar’s army overthrew the coup, with the KIA group urging Myanmar’s army not to harm the peaceful Kachin people to oppose the coup.

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But then, on 8 March 2021, two civilians were massacred by security forces protesting the coup in Mitschina, the capital of the Kachin state, and one in Hapakant on 14 March 2021. Kak attacked a military fort at Mitkina. One on March 15, 2021, and the other in Injangyang on March 15, 2021.





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