Spring Revolution Daily News of January 4, 2022

The government of national unity (NUG)

  • The Ministry of Health-NUG has invited local and international donors for emergency health care, including the prevention, treatment and control of COVID-19, health care for the displaced and others services necessary for public health.

  • According to the right to self-defense, the public took part in a popular defense war. NUG announced that up to 54 members of the junta’s armed forces were dead and 10 others were wounded on Sunday.

  • The NUG expressed its joy that the National Progressive Karenni Party (KNPP) successfully organized the 14th Party Congress from December 27-30, 2021. In the statement, they also congratulated Khu Oo Reh, who had been elected as the party chairman. at the meeting of the committee and other members of the executive.

  • NUG announced that it was pleased to hear the discussion and decision to cooperate with NUG, EAO, Karenni State Defense Force and political parties to end all dictatorships, including the military junta.

  • At 5:00 p.m. on Monday, NUG and the Karenni-KSCC State Advisory Council jointly organized a press conference regarding the mass murder committed by the military junta near the village of Moso in Fruso commune.

Revolutionary activities

  • The Yangon Kitthit Media editors, including U Thalun Zaung Htet and U Kan Zaw, have reportedly been brought before the West District Court with Section (124-A), facing sentences of 20 years imprisonment. On Monday, the military junta visited homes where these editors had previously lived, with arrest warrants.

  • Two weeks ago, Ko Zaw Lin or Pho Tha, a freelance photojournalist, and Ma Su Yi Lin or Lin Lin from the Yangon University Students Union were arrested by the military junta. So far, they have been disconnected from their family members.

  • In Monywa township of the Sagaing region, an alliance of local PDFs destroyed the MyTel telecommunications towers and related equipment, belonging to the military junta on Sunday evening.

  • In a 299-day protest, a combined rally from Salingyi North and Yinmabin East marched against the military dictatorship on Monday.

  • In a village in Shwebo township, local people staged a march against the military dictatorship on Monday morning.

  • On December 22, there was an attack by PDFs on the grounds of the North West military headquarters. After the incident, all the surrounding villages and roads were blocked off by the junta army and, as a result, the local population was in danger.

  • In the township of Wetlet, the junta army fired on local residents with helicopters despite the absence of battles. After that, a large number of junta soldiers surrounded the village monastery.

  • In a 330-day protest, the Kalays marched against the military dictatorship on Monday, holding up anti-junta placards.

  • According to Bad Guys with Good Hearts, a local PDF in Myaung Township, they managed to host their first end-of-training event despite the fire in their training camp.

  • According to Dibeyin Township PDF, a member of the junta’s armed forces surrendered and joined them on December 18.

  • In Mobye de Shan South, a woman was injured in the village of Hightkwi at around 6:00 a.m. Monday due to mortar fire by the junta army.

  • In Oatdwin of the Bago region, U Zin Min Htike, a philanthropist, was arrested by the junta army around 2 p.m. Saturday. He was reportedly killed during the investigation at around 11:45 p.m. the same day.

  • In Yangon, junta police and city staff arrested two young women sharing anti-junta brochures. They then severely beat their faces, hands and legs with wire.

  • In Shwepyitha County, there were gunshots and bomb explosions in the neighborhood administration office (18) at around 8 p.m. Sunday. According to testimonies, 4 members of the administration died and 2 soldiers of the junta were seriously injured.

  • According to Yangon Regional PDF, they carried out attacks against junta servants in 4 townships. According to testimonies, 4 members of the junta, including a junta soldier, died and 2 others were seriously injured.

  • In Kayan County, the junta’s armed forces grabbed expensive motorcycles and auctioned them off at the junta police station.

  • Monday around 8:30 am, a bomb exploded near Paungte station. According to testimonies, 2 members of the armed forces of the junta died and 3 others were injured.

  • In Paletwa, Chin state, Ko Tin Tun Aung, a young town social worker, was charged with section (505-A) for speaking to the media about the white flag hoisted in the junta army. local Ka-La-Ya (289). He was reportedly detained in this military camp.

  • In Kanpetlet, junta soldiers on Sunday asked residents to return home within two weeks. They also said unoccupied homes with closed doors would be cordoned off.

  • In Pwintphyu township, Magwe region, the local PDF carried out a homemade bomb attack on the revenue department around 5 a.m. on Saturday.

Ethnic armed organizations

  • In Dimawso Township, Karenni state, KNDF member Henry was injured in the fighting on Friday and was killed on Sunday morning while receiving medical treatment. His funeral took place on Monday in the presence of his peers.

  • From December 30, 2021 to January 1, 2022, the armed forces of the junta constantly fired with mortars at the MNDAA’s Manyan camp in the Monekoe district of the special zone (1).

  • Karenni National Defense Force-KNDF reported to the public that nearly 250 junta soldiers had died in Karenni State within 7 months.

  • In an exclusive interview with the Bangladesh-based Prothom Alo newspaper, General Tun Myat Naing, AA’s chief military officer, said human rights and the rights of Rohingya citizens are recognized.

The Military Council

  • For 3 charges against State Councilor Daw Aung San Su Kyi, a final verdict will be rendered on January 10 by the junta court of Zabyu Thiri commune.

  • The junta newspaper falsely claimed that NUG and PDF torched houses in Tantalan neighborhood (1) in Chin state at around 7:30 p.m. on Saturday.

  • According to junta media, the first day of the New Year’s Dhamma Talk was held on Saturday evening at Mingala Hall of the Yangon junta regional government office.

  • According to junta media, a Kayin New Year’s Day ceremony was held at Pinlone Hall of No. (5) High School in Pathein, Ayeyarwaddy region. On the occasion were members of the administration of the junta, the regional army officer, responsible personnel, members of the Kayin ethnic group and other guests.

  • The military junta announced that a cherry blossom festival would be held in the Loimway area of ​​Shan East to preserve the cherry trees.

  • The junta newspaper wrote about sports competitions and fun activities organized by junta departments in commemoration of Independence Day as if taking place across the country.

Summary January 3

  • In Kayah or Karenni, Kayin, Sagaing and Shan North, there were still violent battles between the armed forces of the junta and the EAO / PDF. Apparently both sides have lost limbs.

  • While the junta’s armed forces suffer heavy losses in combat, they tend to set houses on fire and kill civilians. If such activities are widely known, there will be propaganda news full of lies in their newspaper. The junta’s armed forces set Tantalan on fire from time to time. They then blame the PDFs for each fire. The local population took up arms during the revolution due to the violent repression of peaceful protests. It is out of the question that such people carry out such violent activities against their own ethnic group in their region.