In the area of KNU, the terrorist army committed more than 600 human rights violations in three months, killing more than 40 people and more than 150 injured.
The Karen National Union (KNU) announced today the human rights violations committed by the terrorist military junta in the areas under the administration of the Karen National Union (KNU), KawThooLei. It’s about 628 times in three months.
The information compiled from January to the end of March this year has been released in detail.
The KNU announced that the types of human rights violations committed by the Terrorist Military Council include airstrikes, firing weapons, shooting with small arms, requesting money, destroying houses, house burning, forcible taking of property, arresting, and killing, the roads used by the villagers have mines, shooting the villagers for no reason, arrested as a human shield, forced to migrate, destroyed the public farms.
It has been reported that civilians have been killed and injured as a result of these violations.
116 attacks by airplanes, 40 civilians were killed and nearly 150 were injured in 438 rounds of heavy weapon fire.
It was announced that 15 people were killed and 20 were injured due to the air attack, 25 people were killed and 122 people were injured due to the heavy weapons attack.
The Karen National Union (KNU) announced that hospitals, schools, religious buildings, and people's homes were damaged.