Nine young men in Rangoon sentenced to death

Nine young men in Rangoon sentenced to death  Yangon Division North Okkalapa Nine youths from Dawbon and Insein townships were sentenced to death under Section 54 of the Anti-Terrorism Law, the Military Council announced tonight.  They destroyed state-owned buildings; Small arms They attacked the security forces with landmines. A statement from the military council accused him of committing acts of terrorism.  Those sentenced to death were Ma Su Wai Hnin, Su Myat Thwe Khaing Min Tun (b) Nay Min; Ko Nyan Hein Htet (b) Ko Htet; Ko Pyae Phyo Thu (b) Ko Sai; Ye Yint Phyo (b) Peter Po; Wai Moe Naing (b) Win Lwin Oo; Than Zaw (b) Wa Tot and Ko Latt.  The international community has called for an end to the death penalty, but the military council has sentenced young men to death and long prison terms.  According to RFA, at least 110 people have been sentenced to death in the more than 400 days since the coup.  More than 70 people have been sentenced to long prison terms, including life imprisonment.  Most of the convicts are university students between the ages of 23 and 27.  The Coup d'état council arrested the arrested youths under the Unlawful Association Act. Arms Act Murder; Rape, robbery, Robbery; Anti-Terrorism Law; He faces up to life in prison under Section 505 (a) of the Penal Code.    Two villages in Khin Oo Township were set on fire  Locals told RFA that 81 houses were set on fire in Sha Lwin and Kalalu villages in Khin Oo Township, Sagaing Division, on the morning of March 30.  Four members of the local People's Defense Force (PDF) were shot dead in the afternoon as they went to put out the blaze.  "Firefighters were seen being stoned to death, artillery shelled and some wounded."  On March 16, 83 houses were destroyed in Sha Lwin village. In Kala Lu village, 84 houses were set on fire.  This March, 447 houses in Khin Oo Township were set on fire by military council forces, according to locals.  Locals say photos and videos of the burning have been set on fire, but military council spokesman Gen. Zaw Min Tun has always denied that homes were set on fire.  From the time of the military coup until today, March 31, 114 people have been killed in Khin Oo Township by military council members. As many as 84 people were injured, according to the census.  According to Data For Myanmar, which compiles a list of arson incidents, from February 1, 2021 to March 22, 2022, more than 4,800 houses were set on fire in Sagaing Division.

Yangon Division North Okkalapa Nine youths from Dawbon and Insein townships were sentenced to death under Section 54 of the Anti-Terrorism Law, the Military Council announced tonight.

They destroyed state-owned buildings; Small arms They attacked the security forces with landmines. A statement from the military council accused him of committing acts of terrorism.

Those sentenced to death were Ma Su Wai Hnin, Su Myat Thwe Khaing Min Tun (b) Nay Min; Ko Nyan Hein Htet (b) Ko Htet; Ko Pyae Phyo Thu (b) Ko Sai; Ye Yint Phyo (b) Peter Po; Wai Moe Naing (b) Win Lwin Oo; Than Zaw (b) Wa Tot and Ko Latt.

The international community has called for an end to the death penalty, but the military council has sentenced young men to death and long prison terms.

According to RFA, at least 110 people have been sentenced to death in the more than 400 days since the coup.

More than 70 people have been sentenced to long prison terms, including life imprisonment.

Most of the convicts are university students between the ages of 23 and 27.

The Coup d'état council arrested the arrested youths under the Unlawful Association Act. Arms Act Murder; Rape, robbery, Robbery; Anti-Terrorism Law; He faces up to life in prison under Section 505 (a) of the Penal Code.

Two villages in Khin Oo Township were set on fire

Locals told RFA that 81 houses were set on fire in Sha Lwin and Kalalu villages in Khin Oo Township, Sagaing Division, on the morning of March 30.

Four members of the local People's Defense Force (PDF) were shot dead in the afternoon as they went to put out the blaze.

"Firefighters were seen being stoned to death, artillery shelled and some wounded."

On March 16, 83 houses were destroyed in Sha Lwin village. In Kala Lu village, 84 houses were set on fire.

This March, 447 houses in Khin Oo Township were set on fire by military council forces, according to locals.

Locals say photos and videos of the burning have been set on fire, but military council spokesman Gen. Zaw Min Tun has always denied that homes were set on fire.

From the time of the military coup until today, March 31, 114 people have been killed in Khin Oo Township by military council members. As many as 84 people were injured, according to the census.

According to Data For Myanmar, which compiles a list of arson incidents, from February 1, 2021 to March 22, 2022, more than 4,800 houses were set on fire in Sagaing Division.
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