Members of the PAD armed group sued by the Tatmadaw again sentenced to one year in prison

The three-member armored-armed group, charged under Section 505 (a) of the state-sanctioned Tatmadaw, sentenced three members to one year in prison by the Magwe Township Magistrate’s Court on June 11.

The three members of the Phangkai prison were sentenced to three years in prison. The court issued a ruling under Section 505 (a) of the Monywa Township Court, said Ko Ko Thu Thu and Ko Phyo Phyo Min.

The Taung Zaw Tribe was sentenced to one year in prison by the Pyinmana Township Court on June 10, and the Dauphin Township Court reported on June 12 that additional sentences could be commuted again through social media.

The Tatmadaw has been charged by members of the Armed Forces under section 505 (a) and section 66 (d) of the Telecommunication Law under the Rangoon and Irrawaddy Divisions, alleging that the Tatmadaw was involved in the repression of the Tatmadaw.

The members of the PAD and PAD members are being held in Mayangone Township Court in Yangon Division. The Botahtaung Township Court and the Danee Township Court in the Irrawaddy Division; Pyapon Township Court Magway Township Court; The Tatmadaw is being sued in the Pathein Township Courts.

Ko Zaw Yar Lwin, a member of the Iron Age generation, is serving a four-year prison sentence for six counts. 6 months Ko Ko, who is a prisoner, was sentenced to four years in prison for six charges. 6 months Ko Phyo Phyo Min has been sentenced to five years in prison for six charges. Ko Zaw Lin Htut was sentenced to three years in prison for three charges. Ma Htet Yadanar Myint was sentenced to three years in prison for three charges. Khine Khaing Tun was sentenced to three years’ imprisonment for three cases; Courts have been ordered to serve six months.

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