In Rakhine, about fifty civilians were killed in a month due to air strikes and heavy weapons : Myanmar In Rakhine, about fifty civilians were killed in a month due to air strikes and heavy weapons : Myanmar

In Rakhine, about fifty civilians were killed in a month due to air strikes and heavy weapons : Myanmar

In Rakhine, about fifty civilians were killed in a month due to air strikes and heavy weapons : Myanmar

In Rakhine State, the battle between the Military Council Army and the Rakhine Army (AA) is still fierce, and civilian deaths and injuries are increasing daily due to the military council army's heavy weapons and aerial bombardment.

According to statistics compiled by RFA, in June, 49 civilians were killed and 105 injured due to air and artillery fire by the Military Council Army and the Rakhine Army (AA) in Rakhine State.

"They said they shot because they had AA, but the main hit was civilians. "

Choir South Kok Maungdaw forest wars, Brahmin Island you plate map Stone Civilians were killed and injured in Amsa townships, and 23 people were killed in Thandu township. It is the township with the most civilian casualties, with 31 injured. In Maungdaw Township, ten people died. It was the second highest number of civilian casualties with 29 injured.

In a single day on June 4th, in Sinkhok village of Thandu Township, the military council army drone 14 villagers were killed and 24 were injured due to the bombing by jet fighters. More than a hundred houses were damaged by heavy weapons and bombs.

A Thandu resident, who did not want to be named for security reasons, told RFA that military council troops are targeting civilian areas.

"Mass deaths are mainly caused by air-launched weapons. How is it now? Villages are shot. They said they shot because they had AA, but the main hit was civilians. So it's like targeting civilians."

Since last April, the military council army and the Rakhine Army (AA) have been fighting in Thandu Township, and in May, 23 civilians were killed and at least five were injured. Currently, as the fighting is still intense, civilians are worried and afraid.

Similarly, in Maungdaw Township, the military council army and AA are fighting fiercely, and civilians are being killed every day, a Rohingya, who did not want to be named for security reasons, told RFA.

"Two people died in one house in Shweza Group of Maungdaw Township. The rest were also injured. The army of the military council is firing heavy weapons. Every day, civilians die in the middle of the battle. There are people who are injured."

Three injured and one dead in Kyauktao. There was one death in Min Pya Township and two deaths in Sittwe Township.

In addition to the townships where the fighting is intense, the townships occupied by the AA have also been bombed by the Military Council, causing civilian casualties.

Brahmin Island, one of the cities occupied by the AA in June. forest map 12 civilians were killed and 42 were injured in Taungkot and An townships due to heavy weaponry and air strikes by the Military Council.

U Myat Tun, director of the Rakhine Human Rights Defenders Association, told RFA that the military council forces are targeting civilians because they are losing the war.

"The military council is losing the war, so the people are being bombed by airplanes. We see them doing this all the time, shooting with large weapons. If we do not fight war like war, we are always violating people's human rights and committing war crimes. I see that the military council army is doing this because they lost the vote."

RFA reached out to Rakhine State Attorney General U Hla Thein, spokesperson for the Military Council, and General Zaw Min Tun, spokesperson for the Military Council, regarding the civilian deaths and injuries caused by the heavy weapons and aerial bombardment of the Military Council, but there was no response.

The military council army and the Rakhine Army (AA) have been fighting in Rakhine state for more than seven months now. On June 8, AA announced that 319 civilians were killed and 1,146 were injured due to small arms fire.

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