In Shwebo, nearly 80 houses were burned and around 10,000 residents fled In Shwebo, nearly 80 houses were burned and around 10,000 residents fled

In Shwebo, nearly 80 houses were burned and around 10,000 residents fled

In Shwebo, nearly 80 houses were burned and around 10,000 residents fled  More than 200 military council troops in Sagaing Division, In Shwebo Township, since February 11th, nearly 80 houses have been burned due to the clearing of the area, and around 10,000 civilians have been forced to flee, according to local residents.  A resident told RFA that around 10:00 a.m. on February 11, a convoy raided Nyoungkan village in Shwebo Township and burned down around 80 houses.  "Approximately 80 houses were burned. This morning I patrolled the tiger village once. To the west of Tiger Village is Nyaung Pintha Village. They are also avoiding war because they are afraid that they will come over to them."  Locals said that there are around 300 houses in the Nyangkan village where the column was raided, and more than a thousand residents have fled. On the morning of February 12th, the military council troops entered Tiger Village, which has nearly 1,700 houses near Nyangkan Village, and nearly 5,000 local residents are also fleeing.  In addition to this, nearly 4,000 residents of Nyaung Pintha Village, west of Tiger Village, are also panicking and fleeing, the residents said.  Regarding this, RFA contacted U Aye Hlaing, the Sagaing Division spokesman of the Military Council, by telephone, but he did not receive an answer.  According to a February 2 report by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA), there are nearly 650,000 war refugees in Sagaing after the military coup.

More than 200 military council troops in Sagaing Division, In Shwebo Township, since February 11th, nearly 80 houses have been burned due to the clearing of the area, and around 10,000 civilians have been forced to flee, according to local residents.

A resident told RFA that around 10:00 a.m. on February 11, a convoy raided Nyoungkan village in Shwebo Township and burned down around 80 houses.

"Approximately 80 houses were burned. This morning I patrolled the tiger village once. To the west of Tiger Village is Nyaung Pintha Village. They are also avoiding war because they are afraid that they will come over to them."

Locals said that there are around 300 houses in the Nyangkan village where the column was raided, and more than a thousand residents have fled. On the morning of February 12th, the military council troops entered Tiger Village, which has nearly 1,700 houses near Nyangkan Village, and nearly 5,000 local residents are also fleeing.

In addition to this, nearly 4,000 residents of Nyaung Pintha Village, west of Tiger Village, are also panicking and fleeing, the residents said.

Regarding this, RFA contacted U Aye Hlaing, the Sagaing Division spokesman of the Military Council, by telephone, but he did not receive an answer.

According to a February 2 report by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA), there are nearly 650,000 war refugees in Sagaing after the military coup.
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