23 members of the military council army surrendered in Kyaikmaraw
■ Mon State, which has been fighting since November 10, Kyomaro Township, according to the local defense forces and local residents, 23 military council soldiers who came to help the village of Chaok Ba Kho surrendered on November 13.
The Ministry of Defense of the National Unity Government (NUG) said that 23 soldiers from the 22nd Division, which is about 50 strong, surrendered on November 13.
During that battle, 14 people, including a battalion commander and an officer from the military council side, were killed and five were captured alive, he said.
On November 12, the forces of the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) and the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) stormed and set fire to the Chaok Ba Kho police station.
At present, because the military council troops have taken over the Khao Kho police station, the fighting with the KNLA joint forces continues, according to those close to those groups.