More than 3,000 war-afflicted refugees are in need of medicine More than 3,000 war-afflicted refugees are in need of medicine

More than 3,000 war-afflicted refugees are in need of medicine

More than 3,000 war-afflicted refugees are in need of medicine

War refugees say that more than 3,000 civilians who have fled their homes due to the fighting between the Military Council Army and the Rakhine Army (AA) and air strikes by the Military Council in Thandu Township of Rakhine State are in need of emergency medicine and food.

A war victim, who did not want to be named for security reasons, told RFA that the road was closed and there was a shortage of medicine.

"The main need is medicine. Medicines are in short supply, the roads are closed, and there is nowhere to buy them. There are elderly people, kidney workers, and children with sores. We need medicine. We need medicine, we need food. Food is donated by neighboring villages, some donors donate, and medicine is nowhere to be found."

There are more than 1,800 war-affected refugees in 17 war-affected refugee camps, and 1,600 people who have moved to nearby relative's houses and shelters, making a total of more than 3,000 displaced people.

Among them, those who fled the war from the gold boat circuit, 800 from Go village and most of the residents of Sinkhok village which was bombed by the plane. RFA contacted General Zaw Min Tun on the phone about the lack of medicine due to the military council closing the roads, but he did not receive an answer.

On the evening of last June 2nd, there were clashes between the Military Council Army and the AA near Go Village near Ngapali Beach. Locals also said that they had to take shelter in hotels. These people were rescued by AA on June 10th and 11th.

On June 4, the military council army attacked the village of Sinkhok. drone The Rakhine Army (AA) reported on June 10 that 14 civilians were killed and 24 were injured due to the bombing by jet fighters.

On April 22, the battle between the Military Council Army and the Rakhine Army (AA) began in Thandu Township.

According to local residents, 23 civilians were killed and at least five were injured in the month of May last year due to airstrikes and heavy weapons attacks by the Military Council.

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