Myanmar: Large scale violence in Sagaing area, 30 soldiers killed, landmine was targeted

Myanmar: सागिंग क्षेत्र में बड़े पैमाने पर हिंसा, 30 जवानों की मौत, लैंडमाइन बिछाकर बनाया गया था निशाना

The UN has also expressed concern over the situation in the country.

A big news is coming from Myanmar. Here there are reports of 30 soldiers killed in the violence between the military and the rebels. It is being told that the incident is from the Sagging area and similar incidents are happening here on a large scale for the last few days.

Radio Free Asia reported that the violence occurred when junta troops launched a clearing operation in the area. Radio Free Asia has given this information quoting the People’s Defense Force (PDF).

The situation in the country is uncontrollable

It has been told by the spokesperson of PDF that at least 30 soldiers have been killed, including a tactical commander. The incident took place on Monday when a landmine exploded in the Pale area when a military convoy passed by. It has been told from the spokesperson that this convoy was waiting since Sunday because senior commanders were also going to accompany them. There was a coup in Myanmar on 1 February and since then there has been an atmosphere of turmoil in the country.

Senior General Ming Aung Hiling of the Myanmar military overthrew the government and declared a one-year state of emergency in the country. Since the coup, large-scale protests have been going on in the country, in which violence has also taken place at a dangerous level.

UN expressed concern over the situation

Recently, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has also expressed concern over the situation in Myanmar. Concerns have been expressed by the Human Rights Commission on the deployment of military junta troops and the collection of huge quantities of weapons in many areas or cities with Myanmar’s civilian population. The United Nations said the deployment of two high-ranking commanders has raised concerns.

Raveena Shamdasani, spokeswoman for the UN’s Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, told reporters in Geneva that alarming reports indicate Myanmar’s military has deployed heavy weapons and troops in the past few weeks. He said the army has been deployed in Kanpetlet and Hakha townships in Chin state, Kani and Moniwa townships in the central Sagaing region and Gango townships in the Magway region. The spokesman said the internet in these areas has also been shut down.

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