Armed Clashes Monitor ( March 22 – March 28)

March 29th, 2023  •  Author:   Nyan Lynn Thit Analytica  •  2 minute read
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Armed Clashes Monitor (March 22 – March 28)

▪️From March 22 to March 28, 2023, within 1 week, there were about (92) clashes between the Military Council’s army and the People’s Defense Forces, Ethnic Revolutionary Organizations in Myanmar.

▪️From March 22 to March 28, 2023, within 1 week, there were about (27) landmine attacks operated by the local People’s Defense Forces and Ethnic Revolutionary Organizations in Myanmar.

▪️From March 22 to March 28, 2023, within 1 week, there were at least (25) drone strikes operated by local People’s Defense Forces throughout Myanmar.

▪️From March 22 to March 28, 2023, within 1 week, there were at least (17) bomb attacks operated by revolutionary forces throughout Myanmar.

▪️From March 22 to March 28, 2023, within 1 week, there were at least (27) air strikes operated by the Military Council’s army.

▪️From March 22 to March 28, 2023, within 1 week, there were at least (103) civilian casualties throughout Myanmar. There were 59 deaths and 44 injured. These casualties were caused by air strikes, heavy weapons, land mines, shootings and oppression.

Summary

▪️From March 22 to 28, within 1 week, 12 people were shot dead for being identified as traitors or informers.

▪️From March 22 to 28, within 1 week, at least 55 civilians were arrested by the Military Council’s army in battle areas throughout Myanmar.

▪️From February 1, 2021, to March 28, 2023, 3,166 people were killed by the Military Council’s army.

▪️On March 28, in KNU Brigade (5) area, the KNU reseized the military’s Mae Khae Htaw camp beside the Than Lwin River.


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