Rakhine State Tatmadaw troops carried out an investigation in the village near Minbauk village in Minbya Township in the morning of June 10, according to local MPs told Mizzima.
After the explosion near Kyaukkru village, the map of Min Village along Min Road Map U Than Than, a Pyithu Hluttaw representative in Myebon Township, told Mizzima.
“An explosion in the morning near Kyauk Kauk village in the morning of June 10. The small arms were about 20 minutes apart. I didn’t know the exact end there. There are rocks, rocks, and rocks nearby. And even in those villages, the villages are located in Minbya Township. They all fled to Myebon and Ngapun on the island. Local villagers are afraid that they will be arrested because they do not belong to them. So they fled, ”he said.
After the explosion, the Tatmadaw cut rocks and rocks. You are the enemy. Thar Kone Nyaung Kone River Pyongyang Inspections were made to villages such as Taungoo and Taungoo. According to Pyithu Hluttaw Representative U Pe Than, the road was closed and the road was closed.
There were arrests in villages examined by the Tatmadaw. U Hla Thein Aung, a Rakhine state parliament speaker in Minbya Township, said that there is no known yet and it is trying to reach local people.
“Cut the rocks! You are the enemy. Thar Kone Nyaung Kone River Pyongyang They are afraid that the Tatmadaw will investigate and detain them in many villages such as South Pauk. There will be almost 1,000 villagers there. They fled to each other. The IDP camps are not fleeing. Relatives fled to their homes. It is not known if there are any arrested. It is difficult to communicate now, ”said Hla Thein Aung, a state Hluttaw representative.
On June 8, a military source entered the village of Kyaukkru village in Minbya Township and arrested villagers and conducted an inspection at the monastery. Seven villagers were arrested but later released in the evening.
The Rangoon Times reported on June 11 that the Tatmadaw News Agency had contacted General Tun Tun Brother of the Tatmadaw News Agency.