More than 1,400 civilians died in two years due to massacres : Myanmar More than 1,400 civilians died in two years due to massacres : Myanmar

More than 1,400 civilians died in two years due to massacres : Myanmar

More than 1,400 civilians died in two years due to massacres : Myanmar
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BNI - Myanmar Peace Monitor, which monitors military conflicts, announced on May 27 that 1,446 civilians were killed in the two years from May 1, 2022 to May 15, 2024 due to massacres by the military council troops throughout the country.

Mass killings of five or more people have been recorded, and there have been 154 mass killings in the past two years. Among them, Sagaing Region had the most with 48, while Rakhine State had the second highest with 16.

Mandalay region was the third highest with 14 cases, while Kachin, Shan Kayah (Karini), Chin Bago, According to the report of BNI - Myanmar Peace Monitor, there were mass killings in areas such as Taninthary.

Mass killings include arrests and killings, as well as those killed by airstrikes and heavy weapons.

Between January 2024 and May 15, 2024, there were 49 mass killings, with the highest number of deaths due to airstrikes, according to the report.

According to BNI - Myanmar Peace Monitor, the killing of 32 civilians by military council soldiers in Letuttaw Village, Myengmu Township, Sagaing Province on May 11 is the worst mass killing in 2024.

The military council has yet to release anything regarding this statement. The military council has repeatedly denied arresting and killing civilians.

BNI - Myanmar Peace Monitor also said that since the military council has committed more targeted killings against civilians when military defeats have been reduced across the country, the revolutionary forces also have a responsibility to protect civilians.

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