In April alone, more than 3,500 homes were set on fire

In April, 3,514 homes were set on fire by the military junta and its affiliates across the country. Data for Myanmar, which monitors the aftermath of the military conflict, released its report on May 1.

In Sagaing Division alone, 2,512 houses were set on fire. Most of them were in Khin Oo Township, with 529 burnt down. In Magway Division, 951 houses were set on fire and 748 in Pauk Township.

In the one year and three months from the military coup to April 30, 2022, more than 14,000 homes were set on fire across the country.

More than 7,500 in 26 townships in Sagaing Division; More than 2,100 in Magway Division; There are more than 1,100 in Chin State. Pearl Township was the worst-hit village, with more than 2,100 houses on fire.

These lists are provided by local human rights groups, It is based on a list of groups assisting war refugees. Data for Myanmar says the actual number could be higher.


In April alone, more than 3,500 homes were set on fire  In April, 3,514 homes were set on fire by the military junta and its affiliates across the country. Data for Myanmar, which monitors the aftermath of the military conflict, released its report on May 1.  In Sagaing Division alone, 2,512 houses were set on fire. Most of them were in Khin Oo Township, with 529 burnt down. In Magway Division, 951 houses were set on fire and 748 in Pauk Township.  In the one year and three months from the military coup to April 30, 2022, more than 14,000 homes were set on fire across the country.  More than 7,500 in 26 townships in Sagaing Division; More than 2,100 in Magway Division; There are more than 1,100 in Chin State. Pearl Township was the worst-hit village, with more than 2,100 houses on fire.  These lists are provided by local human rights groups, It is based on a list of groups assisting war refugees. Data for Myanmar says the actual number could be higher.  A military council spokesman, General Zaw Min Tun, has consistently denied that the burning of civilian homes was carried out by PDF groups, not by the military.     Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is under new investigation for two new charges  State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi was first arraigned in a special court in Naypyidaw on May 2 for allegedly accepting dollars from businessman Maung Weik, a source close to the court said.  The military council alleges that Suu Kyi received US $ 550,000 in donations between Khin Weik and Daw Khin Kyi Foundation to facilitate her business four times between 2019 and 2020.  According to sources close to the court, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) inspector, Ye Htet, was interrogated at the court hearing today.  However, the military council has barred Suu Kyi's lawyers from speaking to the media and could not be reached for comment today.  Since March last year, the military junta-controlled Myawaddy TV has broadcast a video of Maung Weik confessing that he paid Suu Kyi dollars.  However, the case was first opened on February 3 this year at the No. 5 Area Police Station in Zambu Thiri Township, Nay Pyi Taw, and today it is being heard for the first time in court.  Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to five years in prison on April 27 on charges of accepting gold and dollars from Rangoon Division Prime Minister Phyo Min Thein.  Political analysts say the junta's indictment was aimed at discrediting Aung San Suu Kyi and trying to oust her from politics.  Suu Kyi has been charged in 19 cases since the military coup. He is currently serving an 11-year sentence for six counts. As a result, he continues to face 13 charges.    In April, 14 NLD members were jailed for corruption  Last April, the military council courts ruled in favor of state adviser Aung San Suu Kyi and the NLD government. Divisions and states have prime ministers; Minister A total of 14 deputy ministers and senior officials have been jailed for corruption.  On April 22, Deputy Construction Minister Kyaw Lin was sentenced to 20 years in prison on corruption charges. Ye Min Zaw and Nay Aung Ye Myint were sentenced to two to four years in prison. On the same day, Kachin State Chief Minister Dr Khat Aung and other state ministers U Wai Lin, U Win Nyunt; U La Sai (b) U Dashi La Sai; U Naw Li (b) Za Khaung Kham; U Zaw Win; Ne Win and Soe Naing, director of the State Development Department, were also jailed on corruption charges.  "It simply came to our notice then.  Naw Naw, the son of Kachin State Chief Minister Dr Khat Aung, who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for corruption, said he was saddened by the punishment for those who did good deeds for the country.  "As a father, I have the ability, He has all the intelligence and good intentions for the country. It was done for the people. I see this as an issue that affects the personalities involved in the political machinery due to some political process. It is a testament to the fact that all the people in service across the country are united in this way. ”  His wife, Daw Mar La Myint, said that the imprisonment of Kachin State Minister for Social Affairs Ne Win on charges of corruption and corruption was a blow to his family.  "In any case, Ne Win has not been imprisoned yet. I have fallen before. With a political article. But this time it was very, very bad. It was like breaking a family. What is corruption? I am very sorry to be imprisoned for corruption. There is no reason for corruption. "  Between April 27 and 28, State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and NLD government Rangoon Division Social Affairs Minister Naing Lin were also jailed on corruption charges.  Dr Win Myat Aye, the National Unity Government's (NUG) Minister for Humanitarian and Disaster Management, said the move was to maintain the military council's power.  "He did meaningless work from the beginning, so what he did next was meaningless," he said. That means no. We are working to get it. It is clear that they are doing it by force. From the very beginning, power was seized by force. They keep forcing us to win. We are working to maintain power. If we have to comment on this, it is not in line with the will of the people. The legal method does not fall. "If you look at it, it is a forced act."  In April, 14 NLD leaders were jailed on corruption charges. Sagaing Division Chief Minister Dr Myint Naing; Bago Division Chief Minister U Win Thein; Rangoon Division Transport Minister Nilar Kyaw was also jailed on corruption charges.  A military council spokesman, General Zaw Min Tun, responded that not everyone who served under the NLD government was being prosecuted.  "I did not commit any crime," he said. If there is no corruption, no action will be taken. Ministers who served during the NLD; After the Deputy Ministers, MPs, You can tell by the numbers. There is no fraud. No action was taken regarding the crime. Regarding corruption If it were not for bribery, we would not have been arrested for no reason. No one is above the law. "If you commit a crime, you will be punished accordingly."  Political analyst Than Soe Naing said the jail term was aimed at excluding the NLD and key party leaders in the upcoming military council elections.  "The NLD and all the top leaders will not be able to run in the next election," he said. Unfair tribunals; This year has seen a lot of unjust imprisonment under unjust legal procedures. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to the group.  According to figures compiled by RFA, in the one year and three months since the military took power on February 1, to date, 64 people, including NLD leaders, have been charged with corruption, including those in charge of the NLD government.


A military council spokesman, General Zaw Min Tun, has consistently denied that the burning of civilian homes was carried out by PDF groups, not by the military.

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is under new investigation for two new charges

State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi was first arraigned in a special court in Naypyidaw on May 2 for allegedly accepting dollars from businessman Maung Weik, a source close to the court said.

The military council alleges that Suu Kyi received US $ 550,000 in donations between Khin Weik and Daw Khin Kyi Foundation to facilitate her business four times between 2019 and 2020.

According to sources close to the court, the Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) inspector, Ye Htet, was interrogated at the court hearing today.

However, the military council has barred Suu Kyi's lawyers from speaking to the media and could not be reached for comment today.

Since March last year, the military junta-controlled Myawaddy TV has broadcast a video of Maung Weik confessing that he paid Suu Kyi dollars.

However, the case was first opened on February 3 this year at the No. 5 Area Police Station in Zambu Thiri Township, Nay Pyi Taw, and today it is being heard for the first time in court.

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi was sentenced to five years in prison on April 27 on charges of accepting gold and dollars from Rangoon Division Prime Minister Phyo Min Thein.

Political analysts say the junta's indictment was aimed at discrediting Aung San Suu Kyi and trying to oust her from politics.

Suu Kyi has been charged in 19 cases since the military coup. He is currently serving an 11-year sentence for six counts. As a result, he continues to face 13 charges.

In April, 14 NLD members were jailed for corruption

Last April, the military council courts ruled in favor of state adviser Aung San Suu Kyi and the NLD government. Divisions and states have prime ministers; Minister A total of 14 deputy ministers and senior officials have been jailed for corruption.

On April 22, Deputy Construction Minister Kyaw Lin was sentenced to 20 years in prison on corruption charges. Ye Min Zaw and Nay Aung Ye Myint were sentenced to two to four years in prison. On the same day, Kachin State Chief Minister Dr Khat Aung and other state ministers U Wai Lin, U Win Nyunt; U La Sai (b) U Dashi La Sai; U Naw Li (b) Za Khaung Kham; U Zaw Win; Ne Win and Soe Naing, director of the State Development Department, were also jailed on corruption charges.

"It simply came to our notice then.

Naw Naw, the son of Kachin State Chief Minister Dr Khat Aung, who was sentenced to 12 years in prison for corruption, said he was saddened by the punishment for those who did good deeds for the country.

"As a father, I have the ability, He has all the intelligence and good intentions for the country. It was done for the people. I see this as an issue that affects the personalities involved in the political machinery due to some political process. It is a testament to the fact that all the people in service across the country are united in this way. ”

His wife, Daw Mar La Myint, said that the imprisonment of Kachin State Minister for Social Affairs Ne Win on charges of corruption and corruption was a blow to his family.

"In any case, Ne Win has not been imprisoned yet. I have fallen before. With a political article. But this time it was very, very bad. It was like breaking a family. What is corruption? I am very sorry to be imprisoned for corruption. There is no reason for corruption. "

Between April 27 and 28, State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi and NLD government Rangoon Division Social Affairs Minister Naing Lin were also jailed on corruption charges.

Dr Win Myat Aye, the National Unity Government's (NUG) Minister for Humanitarian and Disaster Management, said the move was to maintain the military council's power.

"He did meaningless work from the beginning, so what he did next was meaningless," he said. That means no. We are working to get it. It is clear that they are doing it by force. From the very beginning, power was seized by force. They keep forcing us to win. We are working to maintain power. If we have to comment on this, it is not in line with the will of the people. The legal method does not fall. "If you look at it, it is a forced act."

In April, 14 NLD leaders were jailed on corruption charges. Sagaing Division Chief Minister Dr Myint Naing; Bago Division Chief Minister U Win Thein; Rangoon Division Transport Minister Nilar Kyaw was also jailed on corruption charges.

A military council spokesman, General Zaw Min Tun, responded that not everyone who served under the NLD government was being prosecuted.

"I did not commit any crime," he said. If there is no corruption, no action will be taken. Ministers who served during the NLD; After the Deputy Ministers, MPs, You can tell by the numbers. There is no fraud. No action was taken regarding the crime. Regarding corruption If it were not for bribery, we would not have been arrested for no reason. No one is above the law. "If you commit a crime, you will be punished accordingly."

Political analyst Than Soe Naing said the jail term was aimed at excluding the NLD and key party leaders in the upcoming military council elections.

"The NLD and all the top leaders will not be able to run in the next election," he said. Unfair tribunals; This year has seen a lot of unjust imprisonment under unjust legal procedures. It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to the group.

According to figures compiled by RFA, in the one year and three months since the military took power on February 1, to date, 64 people, including NLD leaders, have been charged with corruption, including those in charge of the NLD government.
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