In Kani, more than 10,000 local residents are fleeing from the storm.
Sagaing Division Kani Township's strike leader Ko Pyae Aung Naing said that since the morning of May 14th, more than 13,000 local residents have been fleeing in the rain and wind since the military council troops are patrolling in Kani Township.
Ko Pyae Aung Naing said that the fleeing residents are from five village groups, including about 12 villages.
"On the day of the storm, the troops of the military junta entered. Today is a very bad day. When it rains heavily today, the local people are in a situation where they are running hard."
Due to the storm entering the coast of Rakhine state, there is currently heavy rain and some flooding in Kani Township, said Ko Pyae Aung Naing.
Ko Pyae Aung Naing said that in this area, there is no warning from the military junta about the storm, and no arrangements have been made for the residents to move.
On May 12th, the military council army Residents said two underage girls were killed when they opened fire on an obituary in Bang Bwe Murak Village, mistaking it for a PDF obituary. He also said that after that, a column entered Kani Township again.
Regarding this situation, the Sagaing Region Spokesperson of the Military Council has not yet been contacted.
Cyclone Mokha may cross between Myanmar and Bangladesh and hit Chin State, Myanmar. The Department of Meteorology and Hydrology of the Military Junta issued a statement at 8:30 a.m. today, May 14th, that it may continue to move to Magway and Kachin states afterward.
In Khin Oo Township, Sagaing Region, over 4,000 residents of nine villages are fleeing in the rain and wind due to the Military Council's convoy, according to Khin Oo residents.