Four military council camps in Kayah, Kachin, and Bago were seized.
According to those involved in the battle, on September 1st and 2nd, ethnic armed groups and local people defense forces seized four Military Council camps bases in Kayah State, Kachin State, and Bago Division.
Thaysule camp, Puhpar camp in Demoso Township, Kayah State, Kyaukgyi village camp in Shweku Township, Kachin State, and Thitchanseik camp in Mone City, Nyaunglaypin District, Bago Division were seized.
Commander-in-Chief Maj. Bhone Naing of the Karenni Army (KA) said in a media interview that on September 2 today, around 5:00 a.m., the two military council camps in Thaysule Village and Puhpar Village were taken over by regional defense forces. "It started at 5 a.m. The battle lasted for more than 1 hour. They dug in the ground and stationed themselves in Thaysule village. Puhpar is in the north, and Thaysule is in the south. It can be said that it is an important place. There are routes to enter Loikaw." He said that during this battle, one member of the joint forces in Kayah State was killed and the military council carried out three airstrikes.
It has been announced that the Kyaukgyi village police station in Shweku Township was taken over by the PDF on September 1st and that camp is where the Infantry Division KhaLaYa 77 of the Military Council is stationed, and five members of the Military Council's side were killed during the battle. Also, it was announced today that at 5:30 pm on September 1st, the Karen National Liberation Army (KNLA) joint forces captured the Thitchanseik camp in Mone City, Nyaunglaypin District, Bago Division.
General Min Aung Hlaing, Chairman of the Military Council, has admitted that there are attacks in eight provinces, where the camp was seized, including Kachin State, Kayah State, and Bago.