NUG says nearly 3,000 police officers have joined the CDM : Burma

A total of 2,937 police officers have joined the anti-authoritarian movement (CDM) under the military council, the National Unity Government (NUG) said today.

Two of the highest-ranking police officers in the CDM are senior police officers. The rest are lieutenants. Police Chief Deputy Police Chief Police officer They are said to be police officers and clerks.

The NUG's Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration says it has provided assistance to the CDM police. He said there were still more police officers who wanted to join the CDM.

At the same time, the NUG government announced the formation of the "Special Intelligence Department" today, signed by Home Minister U Lwin Ko Latt.


NUG says nearly 3,000 police officers have joined the CDM  A total of 2,937 police officers have joined the anti-authoritarian movement (CDM) under the military council, the National Unity Government (NUG) said today.  Two of the highest-ranking police officers in the CDM are senior police officers. The rest are lieutenants. Police Chief Deputy Police Chief Police officer They are said to be police officers and clerks.  The NUG's Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration says it has provided assistance to the CDM police. He said there were still more police officers who wanted to join the CDM.  At the same time, the NUG government announced the formation of the "Special Intelligence Department" today, signed by Home Minister U Lwin Ko Latt.  Arbitrary arrests, torture and killings by the military council; A special intelligence service has been set up to prevent the violence and prevent the lives of civilians.  National Unity Government (NUG) Prime Minister Mann Win Khaing Than says the number of CDMs entering the military has risen to nearly 10,000.    Military council accuses Chit Khaing of colluding with NLD ministers  Chit Khaing, a top local businessman, was arrested for allegedly embezzling state funds during the NLD government, according to the military council.  The military junta has accused the arrested NLD Union ministers of embezzling hundreds of thousands of kyats from the Tigyit Coal Project in Pinlaung Township, Shan State, and of Chit Khaing doing joint ventures with them. He said the proceeds were tax deductible for the state.  Ohn Win, Minister of Environmental Conservation under the NLD government; Minister of Electricity and Energy U Win Khaing; U Kyaw San, Managing Director of No. (1) Mining Business; Deputy Minister for Electricity Dr Tun Naing; U Than Naing Oo, Executive Director, Electricity Supply Company; Chit Khaing, chairman of Eden Company, and Win Min Khine, managing director, have been charged under Section 55 of the Anti-Corruption Law, according to the military council. RFA has not yet been able to ask the family about the allegations made by Eden Chit Khaing by the military council.  Following the coup, the junta has arrested and prosecuted NLD government ministers for alleged corruption.  In addition, top businessmen are being arrested. Businessman Zay Kabar Khin Shwe and his son Zay Thiha were also arrested last March. Khin Shwe and his father were arrested by the military council on charges of destroying ancient buildings.  Eden Chit Khaing is the second top businessman to be arrested since the coup. He donated $ 1.5 million to the Kovis vaccine under the NLD government.


Arbitrary arrests, torture and killings by the military council; A special intelligence service has been set up to prevent the violence and prevent the lives of civilians.

National Unity Government (NUG) Prime Minister Mann Win Khaing Than says the number of CDMs entering the military has risen to nearly 10,000.

Military council accuses Chit Khaing of colluding with NLD ministers

Chit Khaing, a top local businessman, was arrested for allegedly embezzling state funds during the NLD government, according to the military council.

The military junta has accused the arrested NLD Union ministers of embezzling hundreds of thousands of kyats from the Tigyit Coal Project in Pinlaung Township, Shan State, and of Chit Khaing doing joint ventures with them. He said the proceeds were tax deductible for the state.

Ohn Win, Minister of Environmental Conservation under the NLD government; Minister of Electricity and Energy U Win Khaing; U Kyaw San, Managing Director of No. (1) Mining Business; Deputy Minister for Electricity Dr Tun Naing; U Than Naing Oo, Executive Director, Electricity Supply Company; Chit Khaing, chairman of Eden Company, and Win Min Khine, managing director, have been charged under Section 55 of the Anti-Corruption Law, according to the military council.
RFA has not yet been able to ask the family about the allegations made by Eden Chit Khaing by the military council.

Following the coup, the junta has arrested and prosecuted NLD government ministers for alleged corruption.

In addition, top businessmen are being arrested. Businessman Zay Kabar Khin Shwe and his son Zay Thiha were also arrested last March. Khin Shwe and his father were arrested by the military council on charges of destroying ancient buildings.

Eden Chit Khaing is the second top businessman to be arrested since the coup. He donated $ 1.5 million to the Kovis vaccine under the NLD government.
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