Thousands of local residents along the banks of Moo River, on the border of DePeYin and Ye-U, have to flee
The military junta is patrolling the villages along the banks of the Moo River between DePeYin and Ye-U in Sagaing, and thousands of local residents are fleeing, said the DePeYin Refugee Supporters Group.
This morning, the military junta army that came out of Moksi Village, Ye-U Township, is patrolling the villages along the banks of the Moo River, in the south of Ye-U Township, to the east of DePeYin Township.
Reportedly, because of this, on the border of Ye-U and DePeYin, people from SalGyi, KokkoSu, ZaintZun, YwarTarLay, Moo TharKone, PaukThar, NyaungHla, ThaYatTaw, LatYetKone, MooKhanTwin, have fled from the villages.
DePeYin Refugee Supporters Group has informed that the military junta army burned Pauktha village in Ye-U, today, in the afternoon and was stationed in Pitakatkya village, this evening.
It is said that the military junta army which is currently patrolling the border between Ye-U and DePeYin started leaving the traditional hospital in Ye-U, early yesterday morning, and it is said that they have burnt down the village of NgyokeTon and have also fired weapons into the village of Moksi.
After that, the military junta army left Moksi village in the morning and continued to march. The military junta army is being formed near the eastern part of DePeYin, and a military junta army is still active in the western part of Shwe Bo, south of DePeYin.
This military junta army was stationed in the village of Taepin, near the banks of the Moo River in the western part of ShweBo.
According to data from the Data For Myanmar group, which monitors military junta army attacks, more than 60,000 homes have been burned across the country since the coup until the end of February this year, with more than 6,000 homes in DiPeYin.