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About thirty residents, including women, were arrested from the villages of Singu Township

About thirty residents, including women, were arrested from the villages of Singu Township

According to Wetlet Information Network, the military council troops have been patrolling the villages of Singu Township in Sagaing since the 21st of this month, and about thirty local people, including women, have been arrested.

PyuSawHtee and the military council's 100-strong column that came from Htonegyi village, Singu Township also arrested thirty local people," said an official from the Wetlet Information Network.


He said that the details of the people who were arrested are from Kyungyi Village and surrounding villages, and who they are, why they were arrested is not yet known. "They were arrested and taken along the military column," he said.

Currently, He also said that more than 10,000 residents of villages such as ShweBayet, Weipaung, Paukkone, Theainn, Kyettuyway, Ywarthar, Zigon, Myitkangyi, Hinthama, Kyungyi, Kyuntaw are fleeing the war.


He also said that those are hiding in monasteries, and the sandbank in the middle of the beaches, and those who need food.


He said that the military council troops stationed on the pagoda, north of YakkanSin Mountain, Madaya Township, fired heavy weapons at around noon yesterday on May 25, causing ten houses in Kyungyi village, Singu Township, to burn down.

The military council troops have been in formation since the 21st of this month, and on the 23rd and 24th, there was a battle with the People's Defense Forces and fights on airstrikes.

"We still don't know the exact number of casualties from the air strikes. The military council is also firing heavy weapons every night," said an official from the Wetlet Information Network.

From the time of the military coup to April 30, 2023, the number of internal war refugees due to armed conflict has reached more than two million six hundred and ninety thousand.

According to data from ISP Myanmar, a research organization, there are more than 1,370,000 people in Sagaing and more than half of all those fleeing the war.

For 2021, end of February, Data For Myanmar, a research group, released that of the more than 60,000 houses burned down by the military council as of the end of February, nearly 48,000 were in Sagaing.


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