The Terrorist Military Council what they are doing to prevent the people from getting help is a war crime.
A new report by the United Nations Office for Human Rights (OHCHR) states that the terrorist military council's use of the 4-cut system against civilians constitutes a war crime.
After Cyclone MOCHA last May, the War on Terrorism Council imposed on humanitarian operations, cutting off food, cutting off financing channels; cutting information intelligence; This is pointed out that the cuts in public support have been limited.
"Intentional obstruction or denial of humanitarian assistance during armed conflict constitutes deliberate killing; torture and other degrading treatment; Like starvation and punishment, it becomes a war crime," OHCHR spokesperson Ms. Ravina Shamdasani says.
In addition, the War on Terrorism Council has established restaurants, to burn crops and seed shops; They are also working to destroy medical facilities and target medical staff, she added. An estimated 1.5 million people have been displaced and 60,000 civilian buildings have been destroyed by the terrorist war council, according to estimates.
In 2023 after the civilian government was overthrown. In the month of April alone, at least 3,452 people were killed and 21,807 people were arrested by the Terrorist War Council and its affiliated groups, according to reliable sources.