Spring Revolution Daily News June 27, 2022

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The National Unity Government (NUG)

  • In Katha district, 4 four soldiers from Ka-La-Ya 77 under Regiment 88 in Motagyi Motalay joined the CDM and the public. On behalf of the NUG Ministry of Defence, the personnel in charge of Military Zone No. (1) rewarded each of them with 50 lakh MMK.

  • For Provisional Higher Education, the NUG Department of Education conducted an opinion poll among teachers and students.

  • In memory of Salai Tin Maung Oo’s 46th birthday, the Interim Chin National Advisory Council said the junta’s military turned a blind eye to efforts for federal democracy. The junta’s army once again regained power from the public on February 1, 2021 and has been working to keep its military dictatorship alive.

Revolutionary activities

  • In Kyaikto Township in Mon State, Thatone District PDF Brigade (3) said residents should stay away from junta vehicles on the roads from Sunday and not should not go out after 8:00 p.m.

  • In Thatone township, the junta army attacked the village of Tonebolay on Saturday night and killed 10 ethnic Karen, including a child, a woman and a disabled person. According to some information, they put the corpses in houses and set them on fire.

  • C&T Shwebo announced that the public should not use the Shwebo-NaunggyiI road from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. until the end of June.

  • On Sunday, the Kalay General Strike led a march against the military dictatorship in memory of the 46th anniversary of the death of Salai Tin Maung Oo.

  • In Yinmabin County, a New Force rally protested against the military dictatorship on Sunday in memory of the 46th anniversary of Salai Tin Maung Oo’s death, holding up a banner saying “You can only kill my physical body, not my faith or spirit’.

  • According to the Black Dragon Special Task Force, an alliance of local PDFs fired 10 mortars into the compound of the North West Regional Military Headquarters in Monywa Township.

  • On their 472nd day of protest, a combined gathering of Salingyi and Yinmabin villagers marched against the military dictatorship on Sunday morning. In memory of the 46th anniversary of Salai Tin Maung Oo’s death, they held up a banner saying “We will never kneel before your military boots”.

  • In memory of the 46th anniversary of the death of student leader Salai Tin Maung Oo, the Western Chindwin Strike Committee led a protest against the military dictatorship on Sunday.

  • In Tamu, the local PDF destroyed a MyTel telecommunications tower and related equipment belonging to the junta army.

  • In memory of the 46th anniversary of the death of student leader Salai Tin Maung Oo, young Monywa marched against the military dictatorship chanting “We will never kneel before your military boots”.

  • On Sunday, Shwebo PDF announced that they had captured a member of the junta army during their clearance operation in the area.

  • In Tamu township, there have been ongoing battles between the junta army and the local PDFs. It seems that there have been casualties among the soldiers of the junta.

  • In Yangon, members of the Dagon University Students’ Union burned the gallows on Sunday to show their fearless soul.

  • Somewhere in Yangon, AJ placed a banner with Salai Tin Maung Oo’s last words – “We will never kneel before the boots of the army”.

  • In memory of the 46th anniversary of the death of student leader Salai Tin Maung Oo, the Mandalay strike committee organized an anti-junta movement on Sunday, hanging a banner reading “We will never kneel before your military boots” on a bridge over Yangon -Mandalay Highway.

  • In the townships of Hlaingthaya, Shwepyitha and North Dagon, there have been cases of theft in which electrical wires between houses and power stations have been cut and stolen.

  • In South Korea, the Ginme Spring Revolution held a sepak takraw competition to raise funds. More than 150 people from 12 Myanmar teams reportedly participated.

  • In Yesagyo Township, Magwe Region, Aung Thu Kyaw, a member of Pakhannge Police Camp, joined a local PDF named MBRF on June 22.

  • In Ngayotekaung in Ayeyarwaddy region, a man who had been accused of having had contact with PDFs was killed while being interrogated by the junta.

  • In Pulaw township, Tanintharyi region, the junta army arrested a woman who ran a building materials store in the neighborhood (2) for questioning on Friday morning.

  • On Sunday, the jury announced that a special prize from the Park Jong-Cheol Human Rights Award in South Korea had been awarded to Dr. Tay Zar San, a prominent democracy activist after the military coup.

Ethnic armed organizations

  • In the Wawlay area of ​​Kayin State, a special KNDO commando raided the junta’s Ukaritta camp at 5am on Sunday. According to some sources, they were only able to control the camp at noon.

  • According to the ULA/AA, the junta army arrested 21 people from Rakhine, including three young people under the age of 18.

  • In Indaw township in Sagaing area, fighting took place between a combined KIA force aided by a local PDF and the junta army invading the area around 5 p.m. on 23 June. According to some reports, there were many casualties among the soldiers of the junta.

  • At the headquarters of the SSPP/SSA, there was an event in commemoration of the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking which fell on Sunday. According to reports, more than 2,000 people, including SSPP/SSA members, leaders and local residents, joined them.

  • In Pekone in Karenni State, KNDF B03 caught a truck carrying illegal timber from Loikaw to Meittila.

  • To commemorate the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, the Wa army on Sunday burned confiscated drugs in Military Area 171 in South Wa State.

  • RCSS/SSA President says drug eradication never stopped because successive governments turned a blind eye to drug trade and accepted bribes from traffickers drug.

The Military Council

  • On Saturday evening, the military junta ordered personnel from other departments to take refuge in police stations in Rakhine State as the Arakan Army (AA) and the junta are arresting administrators from the other .

  • In Taungoo district in Bago region, the junta army arrested a PDF member named Ko Nyein Mg and two women on the highway on June 22.

  • In Pathein in Ayeyarwaddy region, no less than four fighter jets were flying towards the junta air force around 1:30 p.m. Sunday.

  • According to local people, the military junta has forced the closure of rice warehouses in Pulaw township in Tanintharyi region. In addition, there have been cases of arrests and confiscations.

  • According to political observers, the military junta has repeatedly used the word “federal” only to persuade ethnic armed organizations to sign peace agreements.

  • In Hlaingthaya township, the military junta burned confiscated drugs on the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking on Sunday morning.

  • The junta leader said that taking advantage of the political situation, drug traffickers had produced and distributed drugs in various ways. He also said that these people must be effectively identified and arrested.

  • ASEAN’s special envoy to Myanmar will visit the country for the second time on June 29 to have another discussion on Myanmar affairs.

  • The junta media claimed that the PDFs had disrupted the development of education in some townships.

Summary June 27

  • Junta leader Min Aung Hlaing said there have been production and distribution of drugs in various ways by taking advantage of the political situation. As for the RCSS who met with him in recent days, their leader said that successive governments have not been able to eradicate drugs because of corruption. In fact, military officers and EAOs have been implicated in major drug trafficking cases.

  • There were reportedly national movements against the military dictatorship in memory of student leader Salai Tin Maung Oo.

  • Like their violent activities in the hinterland region, the junta army burned entire villages and fired mortars wildly in KNU-controlled Thatone district. It’s typical of them to act that way in this time of great loss.

  • At Wawlay in Kayin State, a combined KNU force counter-attacked the junta army. In Kyaikto and Sagaing, local PDFs warned that the public should be careful as there would be attacks on the junta’s armed forces.

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