Army (AA) captured Taung Pro Let Yar camp in the northern part of Maungdaw township in
Rakhine State at around 6 am on Sunday.
capture of the camp, which is adjacent to Bangladesh, a number of junta
soldiers were found dead along with a significant cache of arms and ammunition.
other hand, several courageous AA fighters have also lost their lives for the
sake of the country and its people, said Three Brotherhood Alliance.
At the dawn
of 4 February, the AA fighters simultaneously launched offensives against two
remaining camps namely Taung Pro Let Yar and Taung Pro Let Wae in northern Maungdaw.
was intense and sound of gunfire and artillery shells spread across the region,
which was reported by Bangladeshi media outlets also.
60 border police personnel and soldiers fled across the border to arrive in
Bangladesh along with their weapons. They surrendered to the Border Guard
reiterated their message to the junta soldiers, remaining in Taung Pro Let Wae camp, to surrender with their
fighters are currently engaged in an offensive to capture specific camps in
Mrauk-U, Minbya, and Kyauktaw townships, added the Three Brotherhood Alliance
Ponnagyun township, a clash unfolded against a soldiers' column advancing from
the river side. The naval warship at Shwe Min Gan jetty in Sittwe also launched
artillery shells targeting the AA fighters.
light infantry battalion based in Sittwe continued firing the artillery shells.
At 6:40 am,
the military camp located at Thein Taung Pagoda hill in Ramree (Yanbye)
township unleashed artillery shells targeting the town and surrounding areas on
clashes between the junta forces and AA fighters are reported in the Rakhine
region. Many other locations of Myanmar also witness armed
conflicts with the revolutionary groups.
from the 101st day battle statement of Operation 1027, issued on 4 February
2024 at 11:50 pm by Three Brotherhood Alliance)