China secretly supplies weapons to the military council through Pakistan

China secretly supplies weapons to the military council through Pakistan  The Indian government is secretly supplying weapons to Burma's coup junta through Pakistan, India-based ANI reported on March 13. The military coup in Burma has escalated military-to-military relations between Burma and Pakistan, posing a serious regional security threat.  According to sources, Burma's Coup d'état has seized 60 and 81 mm mortars from Pakistan. M-79 grenade launchers; It plans to buy heavy machine guns and long-range missiles.  The Burmese military also purchased $ 560 million worth of 16 JF-17 fighter jets from Pakistan in 2018. The aircraft were jointly built by Pakistan Aeronautical Complex and China Chengdu Air Corporation.  According to sources, Dr Naing Htut Aung, a major arms exporter, is arranging for the purchase of fighter jets. He represents the International Gateways Group of Companies, which has been involved in military relations with the military, including Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.  The Burmese military wants to buy surface-to-air missiles from Pakistan for JF-17 fighter jets. In September last year, a 10-member delegation led by a senior Pakistani Defense Ministry official secretly visited Burma. He met with the Myanmar Minister of Defense. The meeting discussed the sale of upgraded JF-17 surface-to-air surface-to-air missiles.  In addition, advanced technology; They also discussed aircraft repairs and naval equipment. During the discussion, high-tech weapons, This includes naval weapons, including aircraft repair and maintenance. According to a report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Group, China's arms exports between 2019 and 2020 are expected to increase. It dropped from 5.5 percent to 5.2 percent.  However, China's arms exports have been diverted. The exact amount of shipments could not be obtained due to the lack of information on all arms shipments. The Chinese government is currently in talks with the Burmese military council, but is unlikely to include the February coup and international image issues.  Meanwhile, the United States and Australia; Canada Countries, including New Zealand, have announced that they will not export arms to Burma. The United Nations has now called on all countries to impose an arms embargo on Burma. But Russia and China continue to supply arms to the Burmese military council. To make matters worse, Iran and Pakistan have also begun arms sales with the Burmese military council, Eurasiareview reported on March 10.  The international community and regional countries The Burmese military council Russia India "We should be concerned about the availability of weapons from Pakistan and Iran," he said. Russia China and Pakistan are helping to expand the Burmese military council's air force. India and China are also assisting the Myanmar navy, according to ANI.  Political oppression in Burma, which has been under successive military dictatorships since 1962; Economic downturn; Deepening internal conflict; We are facing problems such as the growing number of expatriates. The latest military coup has taken a turn for the worse.  With the military coup, the CDM anti-authoritarian movement spread across the country. All the machinery of daily life in the country came to a standstill. Every day, the people took to the streets to protest, despite the brutal crackdown by the military.  The people can no longer accept military rule. The more brutal the military, the better. Former US Ambassador to Burma Derek Mitchell says the public's sense of resentment is growing over time.(rfa)

The Indian government is secretly supplying weapons to Burma's coup junta through Pakistan, India-based ANI reported on March 13.
The military coup in Burma has escalated military-to-military relations between Burma and Pakistan, posing a serious regional security threat.

According to sources, Burma's Coup d'état has seized 60 and 81 mm mortars from Pakistan. M-79 grenade launchers; It plans to buy heavy machine guns and long-range missiles.

The Burmese military also purchased $ 560 million worth of 16 JF-17 fighter jets from Pakistan in 2018. The aircraft were jointly built by Pakistan Aeronautical Complex and China Chengdu Air Corporation.

According to sources, Dr Naing Htut Aung, a major arms exporter, is arranging for the purchase of fighter jets. He represents the International Gateways Group of Companies, which has been involved in military relations with the military, including Senior General Min Aung Hlaing.

The Burmese military wants to buy surface-to-air missiles from Pakistan for JF-17 fighter jets.
In September last year, a 10-member delegation led by a senior Pakistani Defense Ministry official secretly visited Burma. He met with the Myanmar Minister of Defense. The meeting discussed the sale of upgraded JF-17 surface-to-air surface-to-air missiles.

In addition, advanced technology; They also discussed aircraft repairs and naval equipment. During the discussion, high-tech weapons, This includes naval weapons, including aircraft repair and maintenance. According to a report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Group, China's arms exports between 2019 and 2020 are expected to increase. It dropped from 5.5 percent to 5.2 percent.

However, China's arms exports have been diverted. The exact amount of shipments could not be obtained due to the lack of information on all arms shipments. The Chinese government is currently in talks with the Burmese military council, but is unlikely to include the February coup and international image issues.

Meanwhile, the United States and Australia; Canada Countries, including New Zealand, have announced that they will not export arms to Burma. The United Nations has now called on all countries to impose an arms embargo on Burma. But Russia and China continue to supply arms to the Burmese military council. To make matters worse, Iran and Pakistan have also begun arms sales with the Burmese military council, Eurasiareview reported on March 10.

The international community and regional countries The Burmese military council Russia India "We should be concerned about the availability of weapons from Pakistan and Iran," he said. Russia China and Pakistan are helping to expand the Burmese military council's air force. India and China are also assisting the Myanmar navy, according to ANI.

Political oppression in Burma, which has been under successive military dictatorships since 1962; Economic downturn; Deepening internal conflict; We are facing problems such as the growing number of expatriates. The latest military coup has taken a turn for the worse.

With the military coup, the CDM anti-authoritarian movement spread across the country. All the machinery of daily life in the country came to a standstill. Every day, the people took to the streets to protest, despite the brutal crackdown by the military.

The people can no longer accept military rule. The more brutal the military, the better. Former US Ambassador to Burma Derek Mitchell says the public's sense of resentment is growing over time.(rfa)

A burning deer at a petrol station is suspected of smuggling petrol  Police suspect the fire involving a Perodua Kancil car at a petrol station in Rantau Panjang, today, was linked to illegal petrol smuggling activities.  Pasir Mas District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Mohd Nasaruddin Md Nasir, said it was proven when there was a burning plastic barrel suspected to be filled with petrol to be smuggled to neighboring Thailand.  According to him, the results of the witness interview found that during the incident, the 36 -year -old male suspect who was also the driver of the car was refueling before the fire broke out and continued to flee.  "Further examination of the vehicle found that it belonged to an individual from Kampung Padang Tembusu in Tumpat, but the suspect who drove the car was a local resident in Rantau Panjang.  "Officers and members on duty have been informed of the incident, therefore the suspect continues to be tracked down for the purpose of arrest immediately.  "The case is being investigated under Section 21 of the Control of Supply Act 1961," he said when contacted today. Earlier , Malaysiakini reported that a Perodua Kancil car and fuel pump caught fire in an incident at a petrol station at about 8.30am this morning.  Meanwhile, Mohd Nasaruddin said petrol smuggling was an offense and action would be taken against those who carried out the activity. "In addition, the public should always be aware of safety compliance at all petrol stations as it is a dangerous location and prone to such fire incidents," he added.

A burning deer at a petrol station is suspected of smuggling petrol


Police suspect the fire involving a Perodua Kancil car at a petrol station in Rantau Panjang, today, was linked to illegal petrol smuggling activities.

Pasir Mas District Police Chief, Assistant Commissioner Mohd Nasaruddin Md Nasir, said it was proven when there was a burning plastic barrel suspected to be filled with petrol to be smuggled to neighboring Thailand.

According to him, the results of the witness interview found that during the incident, the 36 -year -old male suspect who was also the driver of the car was refueling before the fire broke out and continued to flee.

"Further examination of the vehicle found that it belonged to an individual from Kampung Padang Tembusu in Tumpat, but the suspect who drove the car was a local resident in Rantau Panjang.

"Officers and members on duty have been informed of the incident, therefore the suspect continues to be tracked down for the purpose of arrest immediately.

"The case is being investigated under Section 21 of the Control of Supply Act 1961," he said when contacted today.
Earlier , Malaysiakini reported that a Perodua Kancil car and fuel pump caught fire in an incident at a petrol station at about 8.30am this morning.

Meanwhile, Mohd Nasaruddin said petrol smuggling was an offense and action would be taken against those who carried out the activity.

"In addition, the public should always be aware of safety compliance at all petrol stations as it is a dangerous location and prone to such fire incidents," he added.
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