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The National Unity Government said that more than 2,700 residential buildings were burned down .

The National Unity Government said that more than 2,700 residential buildings were burned down in July.


On August 2, Fire Service Department of Home Affairs and Immigration the National Unity Government (NUG), in July m, 2,741 religious' buildings, houses, and schools were burned down in Sagaing, Mandalay, Bago, Magway, Thanintharyi, Kachin, and Kayin in seven provinces.


The statement also stated that in July, the military council army had 85 arson attacks, 55 in Sagaing and 1,750 homes, in Mandalay, 441 houses were burned seven times, 371 homes and five times in Magway, nine times and 63 houses in Bago, five times and 15 houses in Thanintharyi, three times in Kachin State and 97 homes, four homes were damaged once in Karen State.



At the same time that their homes were burned down, nine people from Sagaing, three from Mandalay, and three from Bago. A total of 15 people were killed.


This information was compiled regarding independent media and civil society statements.

The Military Council responded by saying that there is no reason for the military army to harm civilians and that the houses were burned by the PDF groups.


According to the Myanmar ALin newspaper, which is controlled by the Military Council, on July 30, 25 houses in Kyaukhtonegyi Village, Katha Township, Sagaing, were burned down by KIA supporters and PDF groups.


On July 28, the Institute for Strategy and Policy Studies (ISP - Myanmar), a research group that monitors the military coup in Myanmar, reported that 81,899 homes and buildings were burned and destroyed from February 1, 2021, to June 30, 2023.

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