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At Khin Oo Township, about 3,000 residents fled because of the military council’s army.

At Khin Oo Township, about 3,000 residents fled because of the military council’s army.

■ According to residents, around 3,000 villagers have been forced to flee to four villages in Khin Oo Township in Sagaing Division this morning on June 9 due to the army's military patrol.



The military council army first came to the south side of ThanBo village of Khin Oo Township and entered ThanBo village and Yay Aye Gone village successively. According to a resident who did not want to be named for security reasons, about 3,000 villagers from the village of Than Bo, Yay Aye Gone, Chaungsone, and Kyekan have fled.

"This morning, the column came into the village of Yay Aye Gone, and they threw heavy weapons into it. The column has already arrived in the village of Yay Aye Gone. I can hear the sounds of heavy weapons."

He said that the locals are suffering from the bad weather, and because it is the rainy season, they have to flee through the muddy road with difficulty.

Currently, as of 11:00 a.m. on June 9, the military council troops have entered the village of Yay Aye Gone, but the residents said that there has been no fighting since the house was burned down.

The Military Council Army has been attacking Khin Oo Township in Sagaing Division since June 1st, and on June 4th, Kanthit Village, On June 2nd, the houses in KyeAi Village and June 1st in Yawrthit Village were burned down, residents said.


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