Myanmar is hot in the conflict between the junta forces and the rebels

Last Updated on June 21, 2024 9:17 am

Clashes continue between junta forces and rebel groups in various states of Myanmar. Two members of the rebels were killed in a clash with the junta troops in China state from last Tuesday to Thursday. Several people were injured on both sides.

For the past few months, there have been massive clashes between the junta and the Three Brotherhood Alliance, an alliance of rebel groups in various states of Myanmar. The soldiers are fleeing from the base one by one in the face of the attacks of the rebels. As a result of this, there has been a clash with the rebels in the state of China. Some people were injured.

Various media reported that this casualty occurred in the clashes between the two sides in the state since last Tuesday.

Meanwhile, the Three Brotherhood Alliance has accused the junta government of Myanmar of repeatedly breaking the ceasefire agreement. Coalition members claim that junta forces have launched repeated attacks in the country’s north this month despite a Chinese-brokered ceasefire agreement. Many civilians were killed.

The coalition said junta forces launched an airstrike on Myanmar’s Mogak city on Wednesday. Some civilians were injured in this incident.

The group also claimed that one member of the rebel group was killed and four others were injured in a military drone attack on Tuesday. They claim that the supply of goods to the cities under the control of the rebels is being interrupted due to the destruction of road communication by the attack of the junta forces.

In 2021, Myanmar’s military seized power by overthrowing the elected government led by Aung San Suu Kyi through a military coup. Since then, there has been a conflict between the country’s rebel groups and the junta forces.

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