Spring Revolution Daily News July 12, 2022

The National Unity Government (NUG)

  • NUG administrative teams have announced that junta administrative staff will resign and leave 12 townships in Monywa district, Kanty district, Tamu district and Mawlight district in Sagaing region because NUG installed its own administration in these areas.

  • On Saturday, the NUG Department of Education announced that examinations for basic secondary education will take place in February 2023.

  • The Gantgaw Township Board of Education has announced matriculation exam days for CDM students.

Revolutionary forces

  • In Sagaing area, local PDFs attacked Salingyi police stations with mortars around 2 a.m. Monday. According to reports, as many as three members of the junta’s armed forces died.

  • On Monday, a demonstration of people from Salingyi North and Yinmabin East marched for the fall of the military dictatorship and held up a banner supporting the revolution.

  • On the road from Monywa to Pathein, a gathering of local people demonstrated on Monday against the military dictatorship with a banner.

  • In Myinmu township, two military logistics vehicles were attacked with mines by a local PDF at around 9:30 a.m. Monday.

  • According to local people and defense forces, members of the Shanni Army (SNA), in cooperation with junta soldiers, arrested PDF members and killed people in Hommalin, Phaungbyin and by Kanty.

  • At around 8:30 a.m. on Sunday, local PDFs used 40mm grenades to attack the junta inspection gate on Dibeyin Road where soldiers had demanded money from people using the road.

  • In Kalay, Sein Linn, a police informant who went live on social media to show his support for the junta army and defy the PDFs, and his wife were gunned down Monday midday at Yanantthit Tea- Shop while they were having lunch.

  • In Kani township, the Spring Revolution Force led anti-junta protests in two villages on Monday.

  • In Monywa township, the Monywa-Amyint road section has been temporarily closed since Monday morning and local people should only use it in case of emergency.

  • According to the North West Plain Force on Monday, Ko Win Moe Zaw, a young protest leader who was arrested by the junta’s army, was in critical condition fighting for his life as he was tortured during interrogation. by soldiers of the junta.

  • In Tamu, a local PDF visited the homes of about 100 heads of households to give him a warning at 10 p.m. on July 8. They should have shot him as he tried to attack them.

  • On Sunday in Indaw township, Mezar police station was attacked by Indaw Revolution (IR) and more than 30 members of the junta armed forces including a policeman died.

  • In Mawlu area of ​​Indaw township, illegal drugs worth MMK 72 lakh were confiscated on Saturday night.

  • Around 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, Generation Z Power (GZP) carried out an attack with two bombs against the junta army stationed at the Mandalay Foreign Languages ​​University.

  • In Longlone township, Tanintharyi region, the Pink Women’s Union led a march against the military dictatorship on Monday morning.

  • In Longlone Township, a local PDF has announced that he will be responsible for the death of a child which occurred during the assassination of Pyusawti member U Kyaw Hein in the village of Waydy.

  • In Danu, a self-administered area in southern Shan, a military convoy was attacked with mines on Ywangan to Pindaya Road around 1:00 p.m. Sunday. According to reports, 10 members of the junta’s armed forces died instantly.

  • In Pekone township in southern Shan, a local PDF fired an RPG and 79mm grenades at the junta police station and general administration building on Sunday as a warning.

  • In Shweku township, Myohla PDF attacked a junta motorboat while traveling up the Ayeyarwaddy River on Monday morning. According to reports, four junta soldiers died and a few others were injured.

  • In Kyaikto township, Mon state, the death god guerrilla force murdered a junta police investigator at 10:00 a.m. Monday, according to the poison gas operation.

  • In Kayin State, five soldiers from the Junta Army Regiment (44/102) joined the CDM. Apparently the KNU sent them to a liberated area.

  • In the state of Oklahoma in the United States, the Burmese community of Tulsa organized a Save Myanmar fundraising event for displaced persons and PDFs in Myanmar on Sunday. Apparently they earned 100 lakh MMK.

  • According to the Association for Assistance to Political Prisoners: AAPP, up to July 8, up to 2,074 people had lost their lives due to the violent activities of the junta’s armed forces after the military coup.

Ethnic armed organizations

  • On Saturday, eight Muslim men from Buthidaung Township, who had been detained by the Arakan Army (AA), were released.

  • In Chin State, fighting erupted between the junta army and local CDFs between Phalan and Hakha on Sunday evening. According to the Chin Journal, four junta soldiers died.

  • At 2 a.m. on Sunday, there was heavy rain and 4 people, including 2 medical staff, died in flooding caused by rainwater flowing down from the mountains at Loi Tai Leng, the headquarters of the Shan State Restoration Council ( RCSS).

The Military Council

  • The junta’s trade minister said they had made arrangements to provide loans to sunflower seed oil companies to increase local production to reduce imports of edible oil.

  • The junta’s commerce minister said they had reviewed policies on motor vehicles because well-known auto factories, which produced cars in the country, had to suspend operations.

  • According to reports, the Yangon Regional Investment Committee has authorized 6 investment projects that would create job opportunities for over 3,000 residents.

  • On Sunday morning, the junta’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation and the junta’s Ministry of Defense sprinkled seeds from helicopters in the five deforested areas of Nay Pyi Taw and Shan states.

  • The Yangon junta regional government announced that some roads in the city will be temporarily closed for the 75th anniversary of Martyrs’ Day celebrations on July 19.

  • According to the junta’s propaganda media, parties have been held in recent days for military officers, soldiers and their families at regional military headquarters.

  • On Sunday, the US foreign secretary called on China and ASEAN to put pressure on the military junta after meeting with the Thai prime minister.

Summary July 12

  • To revive the public administrative apparatus of the Sagaing region, constant warnings were issued to ask the administrative personnel of the junta to leave the region.

  • The junta’s propaganda media broadcast images of junta soldiers and their families at regional military headquarters enjoying feasts to demonstrate that they were united. However, in reality they are not united and have suffered great losses in battle.