- Web Master
- January 05, 2024
It is reported that around 100 junta soldiers and
border guard policemen from the Ah Ngu Maw camp were taken to Sittwe on the
night of 24 November.
"They ran away by 11 pm. I believe there were
more than 100 individuals in Ah Ngu Maw border guard station. They all were
taken away by a navy ferry. Thus the camp was abandoned," said a local
Another 100 also left Taung Oo military camp.
"It's true that the soldiers left the camp, but I
don't know exactly when they left," said a local woman.
A Rakhine military
analyst said that it is possible to reinforce the soldiers and border guard policemen
in Sittwe or Pauk Taw townships. Both the
camps were closer to Dom Pei and Chang Khli camps, which are now under the
control of AA since 14 November.
At least 40 camps, outposts and army bases belonging
to the Burmese army have been abandoned by the junta forces in Rakhine State
since the AA resumed its offensive against the soldiers on 13 November.