About 200 houses were burned in Ye Meni Village, Thi Lin Township : Myanmar About 200 houses were burned in Ye Meni Village, Thi Lin Township : Myanmar

About 200 houses were burned in Ye Meni Village, Thi Lin Township : Myanmar

About 200 houses were burned in Ye Meni Village, Thi Lin Township : Myanmar

Every time I bend, Hilin Township, Residents and public defense groups said that around 200 houses were destroyed when the Military Council troops stormed the village of Yemeni on April 3rd.

The Military Council soldiers at the Yemani Village police station, including the military council soldiers from KAPS-23 based in Koe City. It is said that a joint force of more than 150 people from the police and Pyu Saw Hti burned houses in the village.

Of the more than 400 houses, about half have been destroyed by the fire, said Ko Garun, the public defense officer of Hti Lin Township, to RFA.

"Currently, more than half of the houses have been burned. Drone and scouts have also recorded the burning. The burning started at around 11 yesterday, and they were still burning until the night when we went. They also burned the entire camp area. They first burned into the village and then burned the houses next to the camp."

He said that the fighting between the military council joint forces and the defense forces that are burning the village is still going on.

Since January 2024, defense groups have been attacking the police station in Remeni village, which is about 25 miles away from Thilin city. Therefore, the military council increased its strength, He said that they are filling food and the locals are also fleeing.

Regarding this situation, RFA contacted U Myo Myint, who is authorized to speak in the Magwe region of the Military Council, but has not yet received an answer.

According to an independent research group, Data for Myanmar, since the military coup in 2023, As of the end of December, nearly 80,000 homes (78,737 units) were burned down across the country.

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