- Web Master
- February 17, 2024
Following the warning from AA members a few
days back, the entire team of policemen surrendered with their
weapons at around 11:30 am.
"They all came out of the camp
and handed over their weapons to the AA. Their families accompanied AA
members in the vehicles,” said a local villager.
He also added that there was no shooting or
any unwanted incidents. They came and carried out their
Apauk Wa police station is located
about 10 miles south of Kyauk Taw township on Yangon-Sittwe highway.
Similarly, 20 soldiers put on duty at
Kun Taung rail station in Ponna Kyunt township have also been
According to local sources,
Sane city police station in Kyauk Phyu township, Thayet
Cho camp in Lay Taung sub-township and Aung Hla
Pyin police station in Rambree township have
also abandoned their camps in fear of AA attacks.
The heavy gun fighting, which erupted
on 13 November in Rakhine State between the junta forces
and AA members, is still going on and hence military
tension has been increased throughout the State.