Four individuals, including a pregnant woman from Shwe Yin Aye village, were injured as a result of artillery shells fired by No.5 Border Guard Police Battalion in Maungdaw Township, Rakhine State.
According to a resident of Shwe Yin Aye village who spoke to Narinjara News, two artillery shells were fired by the No.5 Border Guard Police Battalion based in Myo Thu Gyi village, Maungdaw Township, around 6 pm on December 4. These shells fell into Shwe Yin Aye village and exploded, resulting in injuries to four individuals.
It is reported that Daw Hla Sein Win sustained injuries to her
head, U Maung Hla Aye to his left knee, Daw Khin Yi to her back, and her
grandson received minor injuries.
"AA has captured the Bodhikone border guard station. The
village where the artillery shells fell is a combination of Shwe Yin Aye, Kan
Thar Yar, and Bodhikone villages. They deliberately fired at the villages close
to the AA-captured border guard station," the resident said.