5 people were killed in an attack on places where military council forces were stationed in Khin Oo. In this battle, about 10 soldiers were killed

Source: yktnews.com : 2023-01-25 16:32:58 :

5 people were killed in an attack on places where military council forces were stationed in Khin Oo. About 10 soldiers were killed in this battle

Yangon, January 25

Sagaing Division An official from Khin Oo KSO said to Yangon Modern Media that 5 military council soldiers were killed in an attack on places where military council troops were stationed in Khin Oo Township.

On January 25th, at around 11:30 am, Khin Oo Township, Khin Oo Township’s Inpa Kway Market Row, the terrorist army camp and Pyu Saw Hti village were attacked with 18 hand-made 2-stage fragmentation grenades and 5 military council soldiers were killed.

It is reported that the terrorist military council camps have crossed over to Ye Oo Township and Di Paying Township and are providing support.

“At 4:30 p.m., five corpses were brought to the hospital in Ye U City from the east of the Mu River,” said an official from the KhinU Special Force Organization KSO.

The attack was carried out by the KhinU Special Force Organization KSO. KDK Local Brothers Wolf Guerrilla (Ye-U), FAF, It is reported that the PDA and the 20th Battalion-3 attacked jointly.

In addition, Sagaing Dipaying Township, According to the Khin U Local Guerrilla Force (KUGF), there was a battle near the village of Chaung Phok at around 10:00 a.m. yesterday, January 24, and about 10 terrorist soldiers were killed.

Dipaying Township, Khin U Local Guerilla Force (KUGF), the terrorist soldiers who came out of the village 9th Battalion of Shwebo District 21st Battalion Red Dragon Defense of Force 5/ It is reported that Mahura buffalo and the local defense forces joined forces to attack, resulting in the death of 10 terrorist soldiers and injuries.

During the battle, the People’s Defense Forces were able to retreat unharmed.

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